Computer scientists at Intel Labs and neuroscientists at Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) are collaborating to explore how insights gained from studies of human behavior and the human brain can be applied to artificial intelligence and the design of more effective autonomous agents.
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Flying a sUAS at Princeton
Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), also referred to as drones, model airplanes or remote control aircraft, are controlled aircraft without an onboard pilot. In higher education, the uses for sUAS are growing rapidly as technology advances and changes in federal regulations make possible a wide array of applications in research, education, and operations.
Blog: Updates From the Field
Testing Artificial Intelligence With ‘SnotBot’ Drones
Former White House Tech Advisor Outlines Security, Privacy Debates Around UAS
The tension between security concerns and the rights of UAS users was at the core of a conversation between guest speaker Terah Lyons and students of Marshini Chetty’s spring 2017 computer science class, “These Aren’t The Drones You Are Looking For: Mitigating the Privacy and Security Implications of Drones.”
News and Events
New laws governing the use of drones in the United Kingdom went into effect July 30, codifying restrictions on height, line of sight, proximity to...
From drones used to smuggle contraband into prisons to package delivery over water and proposals for carrying human cargo, the rapidly-expanding...