In a new study, researchers claim they've developed a way to detect whether someone's wearing a mask from the sound of their speech.
Is it possible to diagnose COVID-19 simply by the sound of someone’s voice? A consortium of researchers and businesses is guessing it just might be. Launched this past spring by voice ...
Researchers have released an early version of an app called COVID Voice Detector that can determine if you have COVID-19, just by analyzing your voice.
Interpretability: of what, for whom, why, and how? by Zachary Lipton Carnegie Mellon University
Researchers at universities including Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard, and MIT are collecting voice data to train algorithms to diagnose COVID-19.
Argo AI will invest $15 million over five years to create a center for autonomous vehicle research at Carnegie Mellon University, one of the latest efforts by the Ford-backed company to ...
New research by Google AI explores multilingual NMT on an unprecedented scale. Good for low-resource languages, less so for the rest, results show.
Researchers are gathering self-reported descriptions of COVID-19-related symptoms nationwide with the help of Facebook and GoogleSelf.
Researchers seek county-level statistics to forecast pandemic in the U.S.
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Only around a third of users usually change their passwords following a data breach announcement, according to a recent study published by academics from the Carnegie Mellon University's ...