Mobile COVID-19 testing booths help health care providers test patients without risking own health
CBS Baltimore, June 15, 2020
Mobile COVID-19 testing booths help health care providers test patients without risking own health
Outstanding student Q&A: Jonathan Bosnich, outstanding undergraduate Outstanding student Q&A: Jonathan Bosnich, outstanding undergraduate
University of Colorado Boulder, May 8, 2020
Scientists make artificial skin for robots, taking us one step closer to a world of androids
CNBC, May 2, 2020
Scientists make artificial skin for robots
Walk this way: software performs emotion recognition by your gait Walk this way: software performs emotion recognition by your gait
BiometricUpdate, March 31, 2020
How robot teams could do our dirty, dangerous jobs
MarylandToday, April 30, 2020
How robot teams could do our dirty, dangerous jobs
Using autonomous vehicles for agriculture, environment, and infrastructure monitoring Using autonomous vehicles for agriculture, environment, and infrastructure monitoring
APS News, April 2020
Swarming technology lets drones work as a team
NASA, April 2020
Swarming technology lets drones work as a team
Can AI detect your emotion just by how you walk? Can AI detect your emotion just by how you walk?
Forbes, March 29, 2020
How robotics will define the surgical future
Vator, March 9, 2020
How robotics will define the surgical future
University of Maryland Indian American professor Pratap Tokekar earns NSF CAREER honor for robotic research University of Maryland Indian American professor Pratap Tokekar earns NSF CAREER honor for robotic research
Indiawest, March 3, 2020
Many open challenges lie ahead for fully autonomous driving: Manocha Many open challenges lie ahead for fully autonomous driving: Manocha
Pulse News, November 6, 2019
University of Maryland's Ming Lin knows the code
Washington Business Journal, August 29, 2019
University of Maryland's Ming Lin knows the code
Hyperdimensional computing theory could lead to AI with memories and reflexes Hyperdimensional computing theory could lead to AI with memories and reflexes
The Next Web, May 17, 2019
Helping robots remember: Hyperdimensional computing theory could change the way AI works
EurekAlert, May 15, 2019
Helping robots remember: Hyperdimensional computing theory could change the way AI works
Like ‘Uber for organs’: drone delivers kidney to Maryland woman Like ‘Uber for organs’: drone delivers kidney to Maryland woman
The New York Times, April 30, 2019
Saving lives...with robots
The New York Times, April 9, 2019
Saving lives...with robots
Hyperdimensional computing discovered to help AI robots create memories Hyperdimensional computing discovered to help AI robots create memories
The New York Times, March 20, 2019
New 3D nanoprinting strategy opens door to revolution in medicine, robotics
Science Daily, January 23, 2019
New 3D nanoprinting strategy opens door to revolution in medicine, robotics
Maryland test confirms drones can safely deliver human organs Maryland test confirms drones can safely deliver human organs
IEEE Spectrum, November 19, 2018
University of Maryland, Navy Control Robot From 6,000 Feet Above Ground
dcmilitary.com, January 12, 2018
University of Maryland, Navy control robot from 6,000 feet above ground

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