Students who are Black, Latinx, and Native American are more likely than White students to be suspended or expelled – even when comparing consequences for the same infractions.
Senior Director, SRI Ventures
Technical Director, Vision and Learning Laboratory, Center for Vision Technologies
Pedestrian Detection from Moving Unmanned Ground Vehicles
SRI’s vision-based systems enable safe operations of moving unmanned ground vehicles around stationary and moving people in urban/cluttered environments. Under the Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal project, SRI has developed a real-time, fused-sensor system that significantly improves stationary and dynamic object detection, pedestrian classification, and tracking capabilities from a moving unmanned ground vehicle (UGV). The system […]
How empowered do multilingual students with disabilities feel to make their own choices?
Students who feel greater self-determination – the attitudes and abilities to act as a causal agent and make independent choices – tend to do better as they transition to life outside of secondary school.
Lab director, Advanced Technology and Systems Division
Vision and Language Navigation
SASRA: Semantically-aware Spatio-temporal Reasoning Agent for Vision-and-Language Navigation in Continuous Environments SRI International has developed a new learning-based approach to enable the mobile robot to resemble human capabilities in semantic understanding. The robot can employ semantic scene structures to reason about the world and pay particular attention to relevant semantic landmarks to develop navigation strategies. […]
No, the Stanford Dish isn’t listening for aliens
Stephen Muther, a sr. research engineer at SRI, discusses the history of the Stanford Dish
Vice President and General Manager of Product Transition