Breaking new ground in the realm of wearable technology, the University of Science and Technology (UNIST) has unveiled the world's first real-time wearable technology capable of recognising human emotions, using machine learning.
In a move to boost public confidence in autonomous vehicles, the University of Warwick is working with the UK Government on a new educational initiative.
A collaboration between Georgia Tech and Columbus, Georgia has seen the creation of a first-of-its-kind digital twin alert system designed to prevent drownings along the Chattahoochee River.
Scientists are exploring the use of AI and social robotics in healthcare, with the potential to reduce waiting times and enhance patient care significantly.
The work comes as part of NASA’s mission to make the Moon habitable for humans by 2030.
Science and Technology Secretary Michelle Donelan has announced free ‘no-skills-required’ boot camps designed to open up job opportunities offering more than double the average UK salary.
Researchers draw inspiration from chameleons to unveil a 3D printing technique capable of producing dynamic multicolour designs from just a single ink.
An augmented reality head-up display has been designed by a consortium of UK universities, to offer real-time alerts to drivers by projecting potential hazards directly into a driver's field of vision.