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It appears being being able to track people’s movements through walls is no longer in the realm of superheroes and sophisticated military radars. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a system that uses artificial intelligence that can sense motion, even if the subject is hidden from view. Called the RF-Pose, it involves using a neural network – a complex computer system modelled on the human brain – to analyse wireless radio signals (which can travel through obstructions) that bounce off people’s bodies and translate that into stick-like figures demonstrating the action. The team wrote in their paper: “We leverage the fact that wireless signals i... Full story

13 June