XRCE researchers were presented the Award for Excellence in the category “Innovation in a Parking Program/Operation & Excellence in Sustainability Relating to Existing Facilities” at the annual IPI Conference & Expo in Dallas.
|Xerox Researchers Conduct Research on Researchers|
Xerox conducted a computer vision experiment using a trivia-style game and facial expressions at the annual IEEE Computer Vision/Pattern Recognition Conference.
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Source: Simplify Work Blog
|PARC to Develop New Technology to Identify and Sort Aluminum Scrap|
The U.S. Department of Energy gave PARC a million dollar grant to create a fast and cost effective way to sort metal scrapes.
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Source: Scrap Magazine
|Xerox Makes Computers More Human|
Using pattern recognition technology scientists can detect if a driver is using a cell phone. This was demonstrated at this year’s IEEE Computer Vision/Patter Recognition Conference held June 23-28.
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Source: CBR Online
|Fake City Being Built to Test Driverless Cars|
The University of Michigan announced the creation of a 32 acre simulated city center to test real-world driving conditions for automated cars.
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Source: Smart Planet