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Software turns ‘mental handwriting’ into on-screen words, sentences
Artificial intelligence, interpreting data from a device placed at the brain’s surface, enables people who are paralyzed or have severely impaired limb movement to communicate by text.
Maneesh Agrawala: How AI is changing video editing
Technology is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in video editing. Society must consider the creative possibilities as well as the misinformation risks.
Stanford’s 2021 NIAC fellows are working to bring sci-fi concepts to real space exploration
Two “out there” ideas from Stanford faculty receive NASA funding in hopes that they could drastically advance space exploration.
In a first, scientists watch 2D puddles of electrons spontaneously emerge in a 3D superconducting material
It’s an example of how surprising properties can spontaneously emerge in complex materials – a phenomenon scientists hope to harness for novel technologies.
Stanford’s Jeffrey Ullman receives ACM Turing Award
Ullman shares the prize with long-time collaborator Alfred Aho of Columbia University. They are recognized for their influential work on compilers and algorithms, including their co-authorship of widely popular textbooks on these topics.
A new Stanford initiative aims to ensure 5G networks are reliable and secure
The transition to 5G will affect every device connected to the internet, including drones. A team of scholars is working to protect the technology from vulnerabilities.
Dan Jurafsky: How AI is changing our understanding of language
A linguist and computer scientist explores how AI is expanding from capturing individual words and sentences to modeling the social nature of language.
In a leap for battery research, machine learning gets scientific smarts
The latest advance from a research collaboration with industry could dramatically accelerate the development of sturdier batteries for fast-charging electric vehicles.
Stanford students work to demystify quantum computing for high schoolers
Startup qBraid offers courses from high school to graduate school
Fantastic voyage: Nanobodies could help CRISPR turn genes on and off
Stanford researchers attached biological nanobodies to the CRISPR DNA editing tool in an experimental combo designed to extend the usefulness of two promising molecular tools.
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