CMKL Te(a)ch Blogs

How technology is changing every aspect of our lives

Robots can sense!

Imagine that if there are robots that have senses like what humans possess, what will happen? Here, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have now developed soft robots that can sense and respond to chemical signals.

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Smart Farming: Detecting good vibrations, with pigs

In collaboration with Betagro, researchers from Carnegie Mellon – CMKL | Thailand, Hae Young Noh and Pei Zhang, have developed geophone-based (vibration) sensors to detect behaviors and sickness of pigs in a noninvasive way.

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When Science Meets Magic: The Footstep-Sensing Invention Inspired by Harry Potter’s Marauder’s Map.

Pei Zhang from Carnegie Mellon University, in collaboration with Hae Young Noh from Stanford University, has conducted the research on floor vibrations sensing in order to bring Harry Potter's the Marauder’s Map into our modern world.

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AI learns to design using human design strategies.

This novel research intended to train AI to learn human design strategies by observing the humans’ process of modification in creating a complex structure, so that AI can design without humans’ help.

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The First-Ever Mind-Controlled Robotic Arm

Carnegie Mellon University’s researchers, in cooperation with the University of Minnesota, have made a major step in inventing robotic limbs that can be controlled solely by our minds.

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The Marvelous Regenerative Power of Starfish Makes Stem Cell Therapy Cheaper.

There is the remarkable scientific discovery of “regenerative power of starfish” which enhances the stem cell therapy, and make it much cheaper, thank to Chemical Professor Kris Noel Dahl and Veronica Hinman, head of CMU’s Department of Biological Sciences.

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The Education in the 21st Century & CMKL Students’ Life Experiences

We are now living in the era of rapid change; people's way of life has dramatically changed. Thus, this dynamic remodels the needs of people, society, or even labour market, so that’s why the education systems needs to adjust its methods and goals to respond them. CMKL University highly concerned about what education systems should be in future. We, consequently, create the programs that provide students with the opportunity to cooperate with our industry partners, so that our students can touch the new educational experiences and gain necessary skills in order to drive future development.

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When AI Becomes the Right-Handed Man for Healthcare

When there is the incredible development of medical technology and artificial intelligence (AI) designed for healthcare, AI and robots seem possible to be doctors. presently, AI and robots are designed to perform tasks like what humans can do, but more effectively, more successfully, and more quickly. Similarly, in medical professions, the large number of research indicates that AI is extremely transforming healthcare.

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When AI Meets Industry: Using AI for Smarter Bottle Recycling

A collaborative project in partnership between CMKL University and Carnegie Mellon University to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system to accurately screen bottles for reuse and recycling.

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A major Step Forward of “World Economic Forum” That Transforms the World

"No institution or individual alone can address the economic, environmental, social and technological challenges of a complex, interdependent world"

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Highlight Tech Summit 2019

CMKL University, in partnership with big business and other leading players in the technology world organized the "CMKL TECH SUMMIT 2019" seminar on artificial intelligence that ended the year successfully.

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How Can Machine Learning Benefit Our Society? KMIDS Students Seek to Help

Under an internship program with CMKL, three KMIDS students (Bank, Ping, and Jew) conducted research projects regarding Machine Learning. The students worked with researchers over the course of three months; each student choosing a specific topic and conducting research....

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Is Life an Algorithm? If Yes, Then What Are Those Algorithms in Everyday Life?

In this article, we will clarify the definition of the term ‘algorithms’ in the most simplistic and understandable way. This will hopefully assist in the acquisition of understanding behind the underlying concept of this mysterious yet, enticed term. We will search for the algorithms that are underlying in our daily life!

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When Science Meets Art: We Are Sending the First Museum to the Moon

The outcome of multidisciplinary learning could be manifested through the invention of an artifact designed to communicate forward across time and space...

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Did You Know? Graduates from CMU’s ECE Program Earn Top Pay!

A master’s degree in an area of computer engineering allows graduates to land jobs with high salary and position security. According to 2018 Post-graduation Salaries & Destination Information ...

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Did You Know? The First Programmer Was a Woman!

Believe it or not, the first programmers were mostly women. Back in 1842, Ada Lovelace, known as the “enchantress of numbers,” wrote the first computer program.

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Can We Make Our Own Jarvis from Iron Man?

The latest Avengers film has smashed global box-office records on its opening weekend. Please keep calm, we will not spoil anything here, hence we want to talk about one of those superhero assistants, Jarvis, an artificial intelligence that assists the superhero, Iron Man.

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Why Steve Jobs Said, “Everyone Should Learn to Program”

Steve Jobs once said “Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer because it teaches you how to think”

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