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Advancements in the world of autonomous vehicles are continuing to evolve and strengthen each year. By the year 2030, we can expect autonomous cars to represent about 25 percent of all passenger vehicles in mature markets,according to a Gartners Maverick analysis. From increasing safety measures ...
Will a 4-foot-tall robot named VGo be your next teammate? Researchers, scientists and athletes alike hope to increase efficiency in concussion diagnostics on the football field. Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Center for Telehealth is trying to combat this problem by bringing robots to the sidelines.
For decades the world has seen Alpine disasters that leave hikers stranded in the subzero, mountainous terrain without immediate rescue due to dangerous conditions for search teams. Each year, tens of climbers die in the European alps and life-threatening storms are growing more and more frequent...
Over 65 million people live with epilepsy worldwide. The growing population of epilepsy victims live with the daily fear of an unexpected seizure. With a success rate of 80 percent, extensive brain surgery is one of the few options available for treatment.
In the constant whirlwind of technological advancements, developments of the future may make it seem far easier to forget about our past. However, quite the opposite is ringing true as drones and other robotic technologies are now being applied to help understand and protect our history.
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