SRI is developing a hybrid AI to improve human performance by combining two AI methods to continuously learn and adapt to rapidly evolving novel situations.
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SRI has licensed the technology to Kawada Technologies Inc. to commercialize the helmet around the world.
Sikka brings expertise in deep learning and multi-model learning to improve how social media operates, including how we use and communicate on it.
SayNav is a novel planning framework, that leverages human knowledge from Large Language Models (LLMs) to dynamically generate step-by-step instructions for autonomous agents to complicated navigation tasks in unknown large-scale environments.
The Automated Collaboration Assessment Using Behavioral Analytics project will measure and support collaboration as students engage in STEM learning activities.
Researchers are combining detailed aerial maps with 3D data to advance sensing and imaging technologies—leading to better compression and data preservation.
By combining ground and aerial views with computer-generated elements, users on the ground view a more accurate augmented reality experience.
In his over 25-year career at SRI, Samarasekera has created innovative vision technology that helps us see, learn, and train in augmented reality.
In developing a new metric, known as Conceptual Consistency, SRI researchers measure how much AI truly knows.