A (geeky) tour of SRI International

SRI International, based in Menlo Park, Califorinia, is a non-profit contract research institute founded in 1946 by Stanford University and spun off to become an independent entity in 1970. SRI has done pioneering work in various fields, including artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction.

In this article for TechCrunch.com, Robert Scoble shares video footage of a recent visit he made to SRI, where he had an opportunity to see SRI researchers’ work on ‘augmented reality,’ including new haptic feedback interfaces and speech translation systems. It’s a fascinating look at some cutting-edge research of interest to cognitive scientists.


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