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Researchers have developed a robotic snake with an origami-like design to aid in search-and-rescue missions. With snake-like movements, these robots offer a unique approach to navigating unstructured terrains and accessing narrow spaces.
A Malaria Analytics Framework to Support Evolution and Interoperability of Global Health Surveillance Systems won first prize in the international Society for Disease Surveillance 2019 Awards for Outstanding Research Articles in Biosurveillance.
AI technologies won't replace human workers but augment their capabilities, with smart machines that work alongside smart people, automating repetitive work and providing extensive data analysis through machine learning.
IEEE Xplore users can now run, download, and experiment with code from within the Code & Datasets tab embedded in an article. This new feature gives users a new level of interactivity to the articles without leaving the IEEE Xplore platform.
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