- University of Southern CaliforniaComputer Science, 2012 - present- Introduction to Robotics - Computer Vision - Robotics - Artificial Intelligence - Analysis of Algorithms - Software Engineering - Scientific Computing and Visualization
- KMIT'LInformation Engineering, 2005 - 2009- Data Structure and Algorithm - Microprocessor and Interface - Microprocessor and Microcontroller - Computer Network - Computer Interface - Local and Wide Area Networks - Numerical Computation - Machine Vision - Optical Communication - Multimedia Telecommunication - Internet System - Information System Analysis and Design - Operation System - Digital System Design
Qualcomm teases its chip for drones with autonomous navigation
Snapdragon Flight will be on display at CES next week.
Your future smartphone's screen will hardly need any power
Bodle's phase change display needs virtually no power, but it's still visible in sunlight.
Headband detects obstacles and guides the blind haptically
Sentiri scans the environment with depth sensors and guides users with haptic vibrations.
Alpha 2, the First Humanoid Robot for the Family! | Indiegogo
Alpha 2, the World's First Humanoid Robot for the Family. Intelligent, Interactive and Expandable! | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to sup
Neuroscientists accurately predict intelligence with an fMRI scan
You've heard of fingerprints -- but what about brain-prints?
Makerarm Robot Arm a One-stop Shop for Your Making Needs - Robotics Trends
Makerarm is a digital fabrication system fits on your desktop and can 3D print, laser, carve, plot, assemble, pick/place by using changeable
Trash Hauling Robots Are Cool, But Do We Really Need Them?
Volvo wants robots to help bringing trashcans to garbage trucks, which sounds like a great idea except that it may not be
This tiny nanoscale wrench can tinker with molecules
Utilizing molecular chirality has lead to the development of the cutest wrench you'll (never) see.
Egyptian Teenager Creates Next-Generation Quantum Space Propulsion System
An Egyptain teenager has patented a next generation propulsion system that could send spacecraft to other solar systems — without using a si
The world’s fastest charging electric bus powers up in 10 seconds flat
The world's fastest-charging electric bus, which takes as little as 10 seconds to completely recharge, is now in service in the coastal city
Science Says Eating Spicy Food Will Make You Live Longer
A new study shows that eating foods like chili peppers can be greatly beneficial to your health.
Google Inbox suggests the perfect time to resurface 'snoozed' emails
Use Google Inbox? The 'snooze' feature just got smarter.
Robot Passes Self-Awareness Test - Robotics Trends
Uh-oh, a robot for the first time has passed a self-awareness test. The test might seem simple, but it's extremely difficult for a robot.
Video: Google Self-Driving Car Accident Injures 4 - Robotics Trends
A Google self-driving Lexus SUV was rear-ended in Mountain View, Calif. All passengers complained of whiplash, while Google's SUV had slight
Space junk collision scare forced ISS crew to evacuate
The ISS crew members were forced to move to a Soyuz spacecraft, as an old Russian satellite was in danger of colliding with the station. Tha
Real Virtuality shows us what multiplayer VR might look like
2016 is shaping up to be the year the world gets virtual -- with immersive head-mounted displays coming from the likes of Facebook, Sony, HT
Lexus' hoverboard 'is like floating on a cushion of air'
Remember the Lexus Hoverboard? Our friends at Autoblog show off the latest teaser featuring pro skateboarder Ross McGouran
3 amazing technologies that could be part of your new smartphone
Here's some amazing technologies you might find in your next smartphone, courtesy of Entrepreneur.