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A researcher tests a prototype ankle exoskeleton adapted with machine learning capabilities to adaptively and intelligently provide assistance.
Researchers at the STRIVE Center are developing a fluid, intuitive exoskeleton system to improve the technology’s use in operational environments.
A participant walks on the treadmill in a virtual hospital hallway while the platform applies a rotation perturbation.
Researchers at the STRIVE Center are improving methods for identifying the mechanisms underlying balance impairments in patients with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).
An illustation of a U.S. servicemember looking through a camera, highlighting two figures in the distance. A zoom in view of the figures highlights points on their body that can be used to recognize their gait.
neural networks
A method to identify individuals by their gait, at a distance and in low-light conditions, combines infrared imagery and neural network–based pose estimation.
Responsible AI Toolbox art concept
artificial intelligence
We are building an open-source toolbox to help researchers more easily design, evaluate, and monitor artificial intelligence (AI) systems.
PPE on blue cloth
The application helps users to plan pandemic response by estimating state and regional personal protective equipment (PPE) demand.
The top cap of the new ALCOR radome is lifted into place.
An aging weatherproof enclosure protecting one of the space surveillance radars on Kwajalein Atoll is replaced.
A schematic showing radar sensing as one application that can benefit from robust, trustworthy, and safe artificial intelligence in resource-constrained applications.
artificial intelligence
Robust, trustworthy, and safe machine learning algorithms that operate in resource-constrained environments will improve missile defense and other target recognition and mission planning systems.
The Tagging Rapid Assessment Toolkit was used in New York City to automate the collection of biological samples in a field exercise.
bio-chem defense
This toolkit uses near-field communications tags to help researchers track biological samples and equipment during large, field-testing events.