2019-08-14 - Nitin Dahad

AMS Take a Second Bite at the Cherry

The Austrian sensor developer re-entered the bidding to acquire its rival; the combo would be a $5 billion company.

2019-08-07 - David Benjamin

When Regulation Falters

Orthodoxy and dogmatism are all well and good until people start dying.

2019-07-17 - Max Maxfield

Cameras to See Hidden Objects Around Corners

Algolux and university scientists develop non-line-of-sight (NLOS) technology to see hidden objects using conventional camera sensors.

2019-07-11 - Nitin Dahad

Startup Claims First Autonomous Medical Device

French startup Diabeloop has developed an 'autonomous' medical device with embedded machine learning for treating type 1 diabetes.

2019-07-02 - George Leopold

Blog: U.S. Aviation Hero Slams MCAS

The aviation hero endorses the notion that software has come between pilot and machine.

2019-06-27 - Junko Yoshida

What if a Waymo Robotaxi Causes a Fatality?

"Autonomous" taxis still have human backups watching out. Some AV company just bought watch-the-watcher technology. Was it Waymo?

2019-06-18 - Junko Yoshida

HD Mapping & Data Ownership

HD mapping isn't a convenience; it can be critical for AVs, car OEMs and high-tech companies. There's a high-stakes game…

2019-05-22 - Imec

A Smart Radar System for Gesture Recognition

Imec adds machine learning to its 140GHz radar technology to enable intuitive man-machine interactions

2019-05-17 - Brian Santo

Architecture Still Entrenched in Mechanical Era Practices

All sorts of high-tech solutions were suggested for rebuilding Notre Dame. Hardly anyone in civil engineering can afford all that…

2019-04-11 - Matthew Burgess

Optical Fingerprint Scanners to Dominate Smartphone Market

The latest report by TrendForce anticipates the costs of FOD (Fingerprint on Display) technology to slide as big brands extend…