The Biomedical Engineering Society at the University of Illinois, led by bioengineering senior Jessica Austriaco, recently inspired some chatter with their “Up” inspired talking dog collar. Their invention uses 3-D printed electrodes to read a dogs’ brain signals and translate it into vocal demands for treats and walks. Find out how here.
It’s late April 2019, so I KNOW that the most pressing question in your mind about what’s going on in the Marvel Universe is: “Could Toby McGuire’s Spider Man from the 2004 movie Spider-Man 2 REALLY have stopped that train?!” Watch this Nerdist video to find out.
Introducing the ASEE student chapter from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez! These students have formed a robust and excited group with many outreach activities at varying levels and foci in engineering.
The MIT Ethics Reading Group is led by three Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate students–Irene Chen, Leilani Gilpin, and Harini Suresh–who are worried about the future of AI and how it will be used. “AI is so cool,” said Chen to MIT News. “It’s so powerful. But sometimes it scares me.” Read more here.