SRI International , founded as Stanford Research Institute, is an American nonprofit research institute headquartered in Menlo Park, California. The trustees of Stanford University established SRI in 1946 as a center of innovation to support economic development in the region. The institute formally separated from Stanford University in 1970 and became known as SRI International in 1977. SRI describes its mission as discovery and the application of science and technology for knowledge, commerce, prosperity, and peace. It performs client-sponsored research and development for government agencies, commercial businesses, and private foundations. It also licenses its technologies, forms strategic partnerships, sells products, and creates spin-off companies.SRI's annual revenue in 2013 was approximately $540 million. SRI's headquarters are located near the Stanford University campus. William A. Jeffrey has served as SRI's president and CEO since September 2014.SRI employs about 2,300 people. Sarnoff Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of SRI since 1988, was fully integrated into SRI in January 2011.SRI's focus areas include biomedical science, chemistry and materials, computing, Earth and space systems, economic development, education and learning, energy and environmental technology, security and national defense, as well as sensing and devices. SRI has received more than 4,000 patents and patent applications worldwide. Wikipedia.
The United States, Cooper Health System and SRI International | Date: 2016-11-02
The disclosure provides pharmaceutical preparations containing (2R,6R)-hydroxynorketamine, or (R)- or (S)-dehydronorketamine, or other stereoisomeric dehydro or hydroxylated ketamine metabolite. (2R,6R)-hydroxynorketamine The disclosure also provides novel ketamine metabolite prodrugs. The disclosure provides methods of treating, bipolar depression, major depressive disorder, neuropathic and chronic pain, including complex regional pain synthetic pain disorder (CRPD) by administering a purified ketamine metabolite or a ketamine metabolite prodrug directly to patients in need of such treatment.
SRI International | Date: 2016-11-04
Devices, systems and methods for needle free injection include a multi-use needle-free injection device comprising reversibly connected proximate and distal sections, wherein the proximate section comprises a power supply, actuator, circuitry and a housing, and the distal section comprises a disposable nozzle tip prefilled with an injectate, a chemical energetic device, and a dual seal piston barrier between the energetic device and the injectate, wherein the proximate and distal sections and their components are operably linked and configured for single-hand injecting of the injectate.
SRI International | Date: 2015-12-30
The present invention extends to methods, systems, and computer program products for identifying and extracting game video highlights. Game highlights are identified and extracted from game video recorded or streamed from video games. Game highlights are created by identifying low-level features in a game video. Then, game concepts are detected based on identified low-level features. A game concept space is created for different types of game concepts. One or more highlights are generated using the concept space based on game knowledge and/or user preference. Multiple highlights can be fused together into a compilation of highlights.
SRI International | Date: 2015-12-30
The present invention extends to methods, systems, and computer program products for identifying and extracting game video highlights. Game highlights are identified and extracted from game video recorded or streamed from video games. Game highlights are created by identifying low-level sounds in a game video. Then, game concepts are detected based on identified low-level sounds. A game concept space is created for different types of game concepts. One or more highlights are generated using the concept space based on game knowledge and/or user preference. Multiple highlights can be fused together into a compilation of highlights.
SRI International | Date: 2016-11-04
A process for sorting materials using material-selective electroadhesive grippers is disclosed. At least one of an electroadhesive surface or a plurality of articles is manipulated such that multiple ones of the plurality of articles are at least intermittently proximate the electroadhesive surface. Voltage is applied to one or more electrodes in the electroadhesive surface to thereby cause the electroadhesive surface to selectively adhere to a subset of the plurality of articles based on the subset of the plurality of articles having different material properties than others of the plurality of articles. While the voltage is applied, the electroadhesive surface is moved with respect to the others of the plurality of articles to thereby separate the subset of the plurality of articles from the others of the plurality of articles.
SRI International | Date: 2016-06-10
Disclosed are machine learning-based technologies that analyze an audio input and provide speaker state predictions in response to the audio input. The speaker state predictions can be selected and customized for each of a variety of different applications.
SRI International | Date: 2016-01-15
Systems and methods for forecasting the prominence of various attributes in a future subject matter area are disclosed. An attribute is determined based on inputs received by a computing system. A set of indicators is determined based on the attribute and features extracted from an existing document set. The prominence of the attribute in the existing document set is determined. A prominence estimate of the attribute in a future document set is determined.
Agency: Cordis | Branch: H2020 | Program: CSA | Phase: INT-01-2015 | Award Amount: 2.42M | Year: 2016
The EU and the USA have highly-productive, immensely-innovative and excellence-driven research and innovation systems. Acknowledging the particular strengths of each landscape, a balanced transatlantic STI partnership of equals bears great potential and contributes to the ultimate goal of tackling societal challenges and boost economic competitiveness. International cooperation between power nodes results in a constant knowledge exchange and more efficient use of STI investment. BILAT USA 4.0s targeted transatlantic activities work towards: i) Strategic priority setting for EU-US cooperation through identifying emerging STI fields with a high benefit and added value from cooperation, thus providing evidence-based input for policy decision-making ii) Stronger interaction between EU and US researchers through thematic events promoting funding opportunities on both sides and thus strengthening the quality and quantity of partnerships between STI actors in EU MS/AC and the USA iii) Establishing optimal framework conditions through proposing concrete solutions for eliminating cooperation obstacles deriving from researchers and innovators feedback, thus, creating an environment that favors joint solutions for global challenges iv) Enhanced coordination and synergies between different policies through analyzing EU, MS/AC and US programmes and detection of duplications, thus, contributing to a greater coherence, joint ownership and resource efficiency v) Ensuring close synergies with calls launched in H2020 and their int. dimension through screening of US-targeted actions in H2020 and liaising with relevant (ERA) projects to guarantee a consistent information exchange Ensuring sustainability, project activities build on former and liaise with existing initiatives. Relevance and exploitation of project actions will be assured by a close coordination with the EC. The project will pursue a targeted communication connecting the diverse range of EU-US STI stakeholders.
Denning D.E.,SRI International
Proceedings - IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy | Year: 2012
A model of a real-time intrusion-detection expert system capable of detecting break-ins, penetrations, and other forms of computer abuse is described. The model is based on the hypothesis that security violations can be detected by monitoring a system's audit records for abnormal patterns of system usage. The model includes profiles for representing the behavior of subjects with respect to objects in terms of metrics and statistical models, and rules for acquiring knowledge about this behavior from audit records and for detecting anomalous behavior. The model is independent of any particular system, application environment, system vulnerability, or type of intrusion, thereby providing a framework for a general-purpose intrusion-detection expert system. © 1986 IEEE.
Agency: NSF | Branch: Standard Grant | Program: | Phase: STEM + Computing (STEM+C) Part | Award Amount: 1.25M | Year: 2017
The STEM+Computing Partnership (STEM+C) program seeks to advance multidisciplinary integration of computing in STEM teaching and learning through applied research and development across one or more domains. Not too long ago, the goal of teaching computational thinking (CT) in preschool would have seemed unachievable, but recent advances in our understanding of the building blocks of CT and of the capabilities of young learners makes this an area ripe for further exploration. This project will investigate the integration of CT with mathematics and science with the goal of informing the development of new resources that provide preschool children with rich learning experiences that promote critical thinking and problem solving skills crucial for later school success. Project activities will include: 1) the development of research-based learning blueprints that delineate learning goals that integrate CT with mathematics and science; 2) the design and iterative testing of complementary hands-on and digital activities that address these learning goals, capture young childrens interest, and also yield learning; and 3) the identification of design principles that guide the design of activity formats that can be used by educators and caregivers at school and at home.
The multidisciplinary project team will develop learning blueprints to serve as anchor documents, guiding the design of activities and research instrumentation. Furthermore, the team will engage in Design-Based Research and use a co-design approach in which multiple stakeholder, including preschool teachers, parents, children, and advisors, are directly and actively involved in the development and iterative pilot testing of digital and hands-on activities. This will ensure that design decisions link home and school learning, take into account the interests of young children, and address the needs and strengths of preschool programs and culturally diverse families. Researchers will conduct observations and interviews and make assessments of childrens learning using evidence centered design learning tasks developed as part of this study and conduct mixed method analyses. The results of this investigation could inform future research and practice seeking to integrate CT with early childhood science and mathematics. Likewise, the co-design process used here could inform other efforts that seek to include diverse stakeholders in design based research.