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  • How Duolingo’s AI Learns What You Need to Learn February 5, 2023
    It’s lunchtime when your phone pings you with a green owl who cheerily reminds you to “Keep Duo Happy!” It’s a nudge from Duolingo, the popular language-learning app, whose algorithms know you’re most likely to do your 5 minutes of Spanish practice at this time of day. The app chooses its notification words based on […]
    Burr Settles
  • The Aftershocks of the EV Transition Could Be Ugly February 4, 2023
    The introduction of any new system causes perturbations within the current operating environment, which in turn, create behavioral responses, some predictable, many not. As University of Michigan professor emeritus and student of system-human interactions John Leslie King observes “People find ways to use systems for their own benefit not anticipated by designers and developers. Their […]
    Robert N. Charette
  • Video Friday: ReachBot February 3, 2023
    Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months. Please send us your events for inclusion.Robotics Summit & Expo: 10–11 May 2023, BOSTONICRA 2023: 29 May–2 June 2023, LONDONRoboCup 2023: 4–10 […]
    Evan Ackerman
  • Evolution of In-Vehicle Networks to Zonal Architecture February 3, 2023
    As the automotive industry develops vehicles with increased levels of autonomous driving requiring more sensors and increased connectivity, it faces the challenge of transporting and processing a huge amount of data in the vehicle. To do this in an efficient way, it is necessary to reduce In-Vehicle Network complexity, power consumption and weight, leading to […]
    Rohde & Schwarz