It will attack and devour anything. It is as if God created the devil, and gave him jaws. Fear is an adaptation which is good… Certainly, you want to be afraid of fast moving cars, and of heights, and things like that. That’s what keeps us alive. However, there are… Continue Reading Stanford neurobiologists use VR to explore responses to stress, anxiety, and fear

we introduce RoMA the robotic modeling assistant a system that allows users to design 3d digital models in Augmented Reality while a robotic 3d printer fabricates the design at the same time, in the same space With RoMA, users can integrate physical constraints early in the design process place physical… Continue Reading RoMA: Interactive Fabrication with Augmented Reality and a Robotic 3D Printer

So we’re working on several different projects, but the main theme is employing machine learning techniques for the advancement and to improve the efficiency of the engineering design process. When you look at the things that we use in the world ranging from the chair that you’re sitting on to… Continue Reading Conrad Tucker: Using AI & Machine Learning to Design, Teach, and Diagnose

So today, we’re going to play a pretty cool game called mass Exodus. its a game I uh.. played a lot over Christmas with one my friends it’s a Asymmetrical multiplayer game meaning that one person is going to be in the headset the other person is going to be… Continue Reading Robot Factory Escape In VR! – Mass Exodus

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. One of the main promises of Virtual Reality, VR in short is enhancing the quality of our remote interactions. With VR, we could talk with our colleagues and beloved ones through telepresence applications that create a virtual avatar of… Continue Reading AI Learns Facial Animation in VR

The Spring Break of 2013 I was driving from Santa Barbara to Monterey on the Big Sur on Pacific Coast Highway. It’s that time when it hit me that I just had to bring him something from my personal life into my professional life and I should definitely be doing… Continue Reading Faculty in Focus: Dr. Harsimran Baweja – The Future of Neuroscience

All right, good evening, and welcome to tonight’s conversation with Darrell West on The Future of Work, Robots, AI and Automation. As you know, Darrell is the Vice President and Director of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. I’m Susan Moffitt. I’m the Director of the Taubman Center for American… Continue Reading Darrell M. West – The Future of Work: Robots, AI, and Automation