Dallas tech company Continual Engine, which offers artificial intelligence-driven accessibility products, is patenting a method for translating image-based math content into more accessible formats like audio or Braille.
The World Health Organization has recommended the RTS,S/AS01 (RTS,S) malaria vaccine for widespread use in sub-Saharan Africa, with the intent of curbing a leading cause of childhood illness and death in the region.
A recently published USPTO filing describes a wearable distress device that emits smoke to give out a person’s location.
EBAMed, a Geneva-based startup, is patenting a compact radiation field imaging device meant to boost the precision of radiation therapies.
Sony has filed with the USPTO a feature for smart glasses that helps find lost objects via time-stamped images.
Quedo, a startup in Minnesota, is patenting a way for patients to remotely check-in at medical facilities, and for said medical facilities to access patients’ data before they arrive.
A patent application from London-based Pearson Education describes an interactive learning method that pits students against artificial intelligence or classmates in a quiz.
South Korea’s LG Electronics filed a patent application on how to provide an interactive, voice-activated assistant for every passenger of a vehicle.
An FMC patent application covers the use of artificial intelligence to see how vulnerable crop fields are to pests.