Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence to Help Mitigate Noise Pollution in NYC

Featured by New York University. The Sounds of New York City (SONYC) project launches its first citizen science initiative to help NYU researchers train machine listening models.The Sounds of New York City (SONYC) —a first-of-its-kind research project addressing urban noise pollution—has launched… Continue Reading Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence to Help Mitigate Noise Pollution in NYC

SONYC: A System for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution

Juan Bello discusses SONYC

Juan P. Bello and Charles Mydlarz discuss "SONYC: A System for the Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution," a Contributed Article in the February 2019 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery (CACM) Magazine. https://vimeo.com/310203443Noise is unwanted or harmful… Continue Reading SONYC: A System for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution

Professor Debra Laefer Discovers a New Way to Analyze Building Strengths and Weaknesses

Featured by New York University's Tandon School of Engineering. Hyperspectral imaging can help researchers studying the built environment distinguish between materials like stone and concrete that is colored and finished to look like stone without the need to be directly on-site.… Continue Reading Professor Debra Laefer Discovers a New Way to Analyze Building Strengths and Weaknesses

Breakthrough research finds hyperspectral imaging can characterize building material strengths

Office building

Featured by Phys.org. Professor Debra Laefer from NYU's Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), in collaboration with Professor Aoife Gowen and Zohreh Zahiri from the University College Dublin, recently demonstrated for the first time the ability to use hyperspectral… Continue Reading Breakthrough research finds hyperspectral imaging can characterize building material strengths