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Marty RitcheyRichard Mahoney Mar 27, 2014 Comments (0)

As the robotics revolution takes place all around us, SRI is advancing the robotics conversation and the research and technology development that will bring whole new robotics approaches to the market.

Marty RitcheyJohn Murray Jan 13, 2014 Comments (2)

A fun new puzzle game uses crowd-sourcing to improve the security of software code—and by playing, you can help, too.

Marty RitcheyRob Day of Black Coral Capital Aug 7, 2013 Comments (0)

Investing in greentech these days is all about new thinking and new models. On September 12 at SRI, investors, entrepreneurs, and others will gather to discuss how the sector is being reinvented.

Marty RitcheyCurtis R. Carlson Aug 2, 2013 Comments (4)

Engelbart's ideas were not really about technology, per se. Rather, his goal was to improve the way people work together to solve the toughest, most important societal problems.

Jeffrey CasperJeffrey Casper Apr 22, 2013 Comments (1)

As business use of employee-owned smartphones and tablets proliferates, IT departments are struggling to facilitate productivity while protecting corporate data. SRI is developing multiple-personality smartphones and tablets that provide true isolation between enterprise and personal domains.

Richard Mahoney Mar 4, 2013 Comments (1)

Rich Mahoney's list of nine emerging robotics companies to watch.

John Bradburn Feb 19, 2013 Comments (2)

Forward-deployed troops in the U.S. Army need access to targeting, reconnaissance, and surveillance information from the enterprise of networks. As emerging technologies produce ever more data, the challenge is to provide soldiers with the most relevant information as quickly as possible.

Raj Singh Feb 15, 2013 Comments (1)

Tempo Smart Calendar for iPhone pulls everything you need for your next event and makes your calendar actionable saving time and increasing productivity

Norman Winarsky Dec 10, 2012 Comments (1)

On December 9, 1968, Doug Engelbart and his SRI team forever changed computing as we know it.

William Mark Jun 29, 2012 Comments (5)

Lola, a new Virtual Personal Assistant for Banking integrates human-like interaction into the user experience.