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SRI is developing a "Digital Aristotle" — a computerized system that uses artificial intelligence to answer novel questions and solve advanced problems in a broad range of scientific disciplines.
SRI and partners are developing highly dexterous low-cost robotic hands for military applications and other real-world uses.
A comprehensive website for sharing fundamental information about biochemical pathways and genomes with researchers around the world.
SRI and partners developed human-instructable computing technology to let users change software in ways that traditionally require skilled programmers.
SRI’s analysis suggests that the CMG program significantly increased the interdisciplinarity of geoscientists and mathematical scientists it has supported.
SRI and partners are developing new tools to extract better meaning and actionable analysis from data sources.
EcoCyc is SRI's bioinformatics database that describes the genome and the biochemical machinery of Escherichia coli.
SRI is developing an automated reading system that makes the information in textbooks accessible to a range of formal reasoning systems.
SRI is developing software that can uniquely identify a system’s users from spoken and written inputs, rather than using passwords.
SRI is applying artificial intelligence principles to predict the emergence and spread of memes—ideas that spread from individual to individual, shaping social institutions and inspiring cultural movements.
SRI is developing a decision support tool to help analysts forecast and understand the plausible effects of actions taken within complex socio-cultural environments.
SRI, Stanford University, and PARC co-developed an intelligent system for answering English questions about HIV treatment.
The SAVE framework supports training in virtual environments through automated assessment of learner performance and tools for content authoring.
SRI International uses virtual gaming environments to research online behavior across cultures.
SRI’s visual intelligence system could enable a new era in unmanned robotic surveillance.