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Universities Form Joint Engineering Patent Pool

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A group of 15 American universities are putting part of their engineering patents into a common licensing pool for commercial development. . . . → Read More: Universities Form Joint Engineering Patent Pool

AI Process Devised for Drug Repurposing

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A biomedical informatics lab developed techniques with artificial intelligence to find new uses for existing drugs from millions of electronic health records. . . . → Read More: AI Process Devised for Drug Repurposing

Sensor Designed for A.I. Mimics Eye Functions

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A computer science lab designed an optical sensor to function more like a human eye and better process visual data for systems based on artificial intelligence. . . . → Read More: Sensor Designed for A.I. Mimics Eye Functions

Lightweight AI Chip Designer Raises $2.8M in Seed Funds

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A new company is designing computer chips and devices with artificial intelligence modeled on insect brains for autonomous vehicles and robotic systems. . . . → Read More: Lightweight AI Chip Designer Raises $2.8M in Seed Funds

Privacy-Enhanced Contact Tracing App in the Works

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A mobile app for Covid-19 contact tracing, designed to protect the user’s personal privacy, is being developed by two university engineering labs. . . . → Read More: Privacy-Enhanced Contact Tracing App in the Works

$500K Challenge Seeks A.I. Covid-19 Reopening Models

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A new challenge from XPrize seeks evidence-based models using artificial intelligence to help governments reopen their economies during the pandemic. . . . → Read More: $500K Challenge Seeks A.I. Covid-19 Reopening Models

Tech, Genomics Companies Form DNA Storage Alliance

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Four companies from the computer technology and genomics industries are starting a coalition to advance DNA as a data storage medium. . . . → Read More: Tech, Genomics Companies Form DNA Storage Alliance

Phone Video Algorithm Screens for Stroke

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A medical informatics team designed a computer model from patient videos to help emergency room physicians quickly diagnose stroke. . . . → Read More: Phone Video Algorithm Screens for Stroke

Software Designed to Model, Visualize Brain Circuits

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An academic-industry team designed a web-based software tool to ease the computer modeling, simulation, and visualization of the brain’s nerve cell circuits. . . . → Read More: Software Designed to Model, Visualize Brain Circuits

Individual Cells Explored with Virtual Reality

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A new software package uses virtual reality to allow biologists and medical researchers to visualize and explore inside individual cells in three dimensions. . . . → Read More: Individual Cells Explored with Virtual Reality