Approximate computing remains vulnerable to attacks; Mizzou Engineers to present findings at IEEE DATE conference
Companies relying on faster, less precise computing to gain energy efficiency still need to be cautious against cyberattacks, Mizzou Engineers have found.
Team designs model to automatically detect shadows in aerial images
A Mizzou Engineering team has designed a physics-based model to automatically detect shadows in large-scale aerial images.
Researchers use simulated environments to train AI
A Mizzou Engineering team is hoping to lead artificial intelligence (AI) into a new era by foregoing real-world data in favor of simulated environments.
Civil engineers use artificial intelligence to classify pavement cracks
Traffic engineers could have a smarter way of identifying asphalt problems and prioritizing pavement projects, thanks to research from Mizzou Engineering.
Research team uses New York City taxi data, machine learning to predict demand for air taxi services
Researchers studied the potential demand for air taxi services in New York City.
Student team devises way to control robotic arm using hand gestures
A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a way to control a robot just by moving your hands. What makes the work especially unique is that researchers only used one pair of electrodes on each of a person’s arms to send signals that moved a robotic arm, said Richard Byfield, a third-year PhD student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department.
Researchers training machines to recognize vocal fatigue
Diagnosing vocal fatigue requires an in-person consultation. But someday, a wearable device or smart app could detect vocal fatigue early and help sufferers prevent further problems.
Mizzou Engineer develops way for robots to navigate complex spaces
A Mizzou Engineer has developed a new way to help robots better navigate complicated environments.
Smart appointment system could decrease patient wait time
A Mizzou Engineer has developed an appointment system that uses machine learning to help clinics more efficiently schedule patients.
Using AI to Generate Holograms in Everyday Settings
Imagine being able to see a hologram of the person you’re talking to on your cell phone. Sound futuristic? Mizzou Engineers are finding ways to someday make that a reality. A research team is…