A team in Duke’s electrical and computer engineering department has made strides in robotics research by developing a prototype chip capable of helping robots plan efficient motions. The effort was led by George Konidaris, assistant professor of computer science and
Bev Dutro’s 82-year-old mother has trouble remembering things. Sometimes she can’t recall what she wore or who visited her last. Dutro and her two siblings found caring for their mother, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s five years ago, increasingly difficult.
Judging by the number of learning apps available to classrooms around the country, the education technology market aimed at elementary through high schools is booming. There are more than 3,900 math and reading apps, classroom management systems and other software
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