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Enabling Technologies for More Accurate, Less Invasive Robotic Surgery
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-09-05)
This seminar will focus on recent results from the Vanderbilt Medical & Electromechanical Design Laboratory on concentric tube robots, capsule endoscopy, and robotic cochlear implant surgery, together with a brief discussion ...
Crowd Sourced Fast Scalable Dense Reconstruction of the World
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-09-19)
In recent years photo and video sharing web sites like Flickr and Youtube have become increasingly popular. Nowadays, every day millions of photos are uploaded. These photos survey the world. Given the scale of data we are ...
Indoor/Outdoor Autonomous Navigation and 3D Exploration with a Quadrotor
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-10-03)
In this talk, I will discuss approaches to state estimation and exploration with an autonomous quadrotor in indoor and outdoor environments. Quadrotors, and more generally micro-aerial vehicles, offer 3D mobility and ...
Models for Mining Public Health Information from Social Media
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-11-13)
Twitter and other social media sites contain a wealth of information about populations and has been used to track sentiment towards products, measure political attitudes, and study social linguistics. In this talk, we ...
How Should a Robot Perceive the World?
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-11-28)
In order for a robot to perform tasks in the human environments, it first needs to figure out "what" to perceive. While for some robotic tasks (such as an object finding robot) this is relatively straightforward (e.g., ...