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Principal Researcher and Research Manager at Microsoft Research (MSR), Redmond, USA. My research is in computer vision, speech signal processing, multi-sensory fusion, multimedia computing, real-time collaboration, and human-machine interaction.

I manage the Multimedia, Interaction, and eXperiences (MIX) Group. I was previously affiliated with the Communication and Collaboration Systems Group,and the Speech Technology Group.

Before joining Microsoft, Zhengyou worked at INRIA (French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control) for 11 years, and was a Senior Research Scientist since 1991, where he worked in the Computer Vision and Robotics group. In 1996-1997, he spent one-year sabbatical as an Invited Researcher at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) , Kyoto, Japan.

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PacSec Security researcher Jonathan Andersson has developed a tidy hardware module capable of fully hijacking a variety of popular drones and remote control gear running over the most popular protocol.

Trend Micro's advanced security group manager told The Register he developed the Icarus box, and it only needs to be within range of a drone to hijack it with injected commands.

"The range of my proof of concept implementation is equal to a standard DSMx radio transmitter, though standard 2.4GHz ISM band amplification can be applied to extend the range."

Principal Researcher and Research Manager at Microsoft Research (MSR), Redmond, USA. My research is in computer vision, speech signal processing, multi-sensory fusion, multimedia computing, real-time collaboration, and human-machine interaction.

I manage the Multimedia, Interaction, and eXperiences (MIX) Group. I was previously affiliated with the Communication and Collaboration Systems Group,and the Speech Technology Group.

Before joining Microsoft, Zhengyou worked at INRIA (French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control) for 11 years, and was a Senior Research Scientist since 1991, where he worked in the Computer Vision and Robotics group. In 1996-1997, he spent one-year sabbatical as an Invited Researcher at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) , Kyoto, Japan.

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It’s hard sending a text message with arms full of groceries or while wearing winter gloves. Voice control is one alternative to using your fingers, but researchers are also working on other hands-free ways to control mobile devices. A team at Dartmouth College has now created an eye-tracking system that lets a user operate a smart phone with eye movement.

Eye tracking has been used for years, primarily as a way for people with disabilities to use computers and to enable advertisers to track a person’s focus of interest. “The naturalness of gaze interaction makes eye tracking promising,” says John Hansen , an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen in Denmark who works on gaze tracking. “Most of the time we are looking at the information we find most interesting.”

Mobile eye tracking could be useful for all mobile phone users, says Dartmouth professor Andrew Campbell , who led the development of the new system, called EyePhone. But so far, little work has been done on eye tracking on mobile phones. This isn’t surprising–keeping track of a gaze via a mobile phone is much more challenging than on a desktop computer because both the user and the phone are moving, and the surrounding environment is so changeable.

That's not a rhetorical question. The social media startup, currently valued at $16 billion , is recruiting hardware experts for a stealthy new project.

Snapchat now counts nearly a dozen wearable technology vets among its ranks, as well as industrial designers who worked on Nokia phones and Logitech's popular UE Boom Bluetooth speaker, according to the LinkedIn profiles of employees.

That's intriguing because Snapchat, which boasts 100 million daily ( mostly teen ) users, has never produced a single physical product -- unless you count merchandise like beach towels and backpacks . The hires suggest Los Angeles-based Snapchat is working on its first piece of consumer hardware. If it succeeds, we might start to think of Snapchat as more than a social network for sharing pictures that disappear.