Category: Health tech
Citi Joins The Bridge at Cornell Tech
New smartphone-based study to build on famous ‘Marshmallow Test’February 14, 2017 | Health tech
A group of researchers from The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Cornell Tech, and Sage Bionetworks — supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation — are launching a “Digital Marshmallow Test”, a smartphone-based study of impulsivity in adults.
Uru finds the best places to introduce ads in online videosDecember 30, 2016 | Health tech
New York City-based startup Uru, from the Cornell Tech Startup Studio, is working on a new way for video publishers to make money.
Nanit uses computer vision to monitor your baby’s sleep patternsJune 15, 2016 | Health tech
Baby monitors have been around for a while. But Nanit, a company coming out of the Runway Startup Postdoc program at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, wants to take them up a notch, using computer vision to track your baby’s sleep patterns.
How Motorcyclists Navigate Lesotho’s Mountains to Deliver Health CareMay 20, 2016 | Health tech
Cornell Tech Professor Nicki Dell and a team of Connective Media Masters students developed a digital tracking system for Lesotho’s Ministry of Health.
It’s coming! The Internet of Eyes will allow objects to seeMay 13, 2016 | Health tech
Professor Serge Belongie discusses the increasing acceptence of cameras and visual sensors in the technology we use everday.
Image Recognition Market Seen Doubling by 2020May 5, 2016 | Health tech
Professor Serge Belongie explains the limitless potential of computer vision.
Bringing iPhone-style Medical Research to the Android WorldNovember 12, 2015 | Health tech
Professor Deborah Estrin launched ResearchStack, which will expand the number of people who can participate in medical research studies.
This new program identifies birds with just a photoJune 6, 2015 | Health tech
The Washington Post highlights Professor Serge Belongie’s Visipedia research that was applied in a new app for identifying birds.
A Reverse Search Engine For Images That Could Tell You What You’re Looking AtJune 6, 2014 | Health tech
In a leap forward for computer vision, Professor Serge Belongie’s Visipedia research lets you search with images, rather than text.
Women to Watch in NY techMay 19, 2014 | Health tech
Crain’s highlights the work of Professor Deborah Estrin, a pioneer in health tech.