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Mobile system tracks employee performance

Mobile-Sensing System Constantly Tracks Workers’ Performance

Using smartphones, fitness bracelets and a custom app, researchers in the U.S. have created a mobile-sensing system that tracks employee performance. The system works by monitoring physical, emotional and behavioral well-being of workers. Read more Werum Announces Strategic Partnership with Nymi to Authenticate Pharmaceutical Employees This new system opens up possibilities for wearable technology to […]
AI detects lung cancer

Northwestern University and Google Team Up to Use AI to Detect Lung Cancer Earlier

Lung cancer kills 160,000 people in the U.S. every year and the global death toll from the disease is around 2 million. Lung cancer can be lurking in plain sight, only to be detected too late to be properly treated. Like all cancers, the best chance for a successful treatment of lung cancer depends on […]
MIT AI Smart glove

This AI-Powered Smart Glove Can Identify Objects by Touch

Scientists at MIT have developed a smart glove that can recognize objects by touching alone. In the dark, humans have the ability to identify an object such as glasses or phone just by touching it. For years, scientists have been trying to teach robots how to grip different objects without crushing or dropping them. Related […]
Nightware PTSD app

Nightware Receives FDA Breakthrough Status for its PTSD Nightmare Therapy App

Many people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experience nightmares on a regular basis. Nighttime memories often manifest as distressing dreams or nightmares in which the event is relived. These dreams can be very hard to control, since dreams seem to have a life of their own. It is estimated that nearly 5 million Americans […]
Stanford HAI

Stanford’s Artificial Intelligence Institute Aims to Put Humans at the Center of this Field

The term ‘Artificial Intelligence’ was coined by a Stanford University scientist, while others at the university created some of the most significant applications of it. Now, the university wants to put humans and ethics at the center of this field. Read more IBM Develops Fingernail Sensor That Uses Artificial Intelligence to Monitor Parkinson’s, Other Diseases […]
ErgoJack soft robotic wearable

Fraunhofer’s Soft Robotic Wearable System Protects Workers from Back Injury

A common complaint among workers in factories, construction sites and several other fields is back pain. While back injuries affect more than 1 million workers, it costs the nation billions of dollars each year, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. Related Hyundai Motor Deploys Industrial Exoskeletons in its North American Plants Researchers at […]