A New Tool to Help with Obesity | UMBC’s Industry Roundup
Robots and Grocery Shopping | UMBC Industry Roundup
In this week’s roundup, we take a peek into a new procedure that may help fight obesity. We also take a look at topics such as vulnerable election systems, technology addiction, Amazon’s new surveillance product being sold to law enforcement agencies, and the debate over ethics and AI.
Life and Business Lessons Explained by a Bike | UMBC Industry Roundup
UMBC’s Interactive Robotics and Language Lab is where students study the physical space that people and robots occupy. Their goal is to learn how to build robots that can perform tasks in noisy, real-world environments.
An Interesting Study on Laughter | UMBC Industry Roundup
UMBC’s Retriever Fleet Bike Share program is a great way for students, faculty and staff to get around campus, to help keep our environment clean, and to get exercise at the same time! And what makes this program even better is that it’s free!
Innovation with Power | UMBC Industry Roundup
UMBC Professor and neuroscientist, Dr. Robert Provine, has studied laughter for the past two decades. In this week’s roundup, we take a peek into how laughter can actually boost workplace team dynamics and creativity.
UMBC’s Graduate Programs in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering teach students how to address real-world problems through an innovative approach. In this week’s roundup, we catch a glimpse of how innovation can have major impacts on our planet.