Boston Business Journal on Drones and Neurala

By Max Versace | March 11, 2014

David Harris, Tech Editor at Boston Business Journal, writes about our work with NASA Langley on Drones. "What if drones could learn how to fly better and avoid collisions all on their own? That's essentially what Massimiliano Versace, CEO of Cambridge-based Neurala, is working on in collaboration with NASA's Langley Research Center. The end result of the research could improve collision-avoidance systems for both drones and driverless cars — and make the concept of a robot "brain" a reality." Full article here: http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/blog/startups/2014/03/cambridgesneurala-using-flight-simulator-to-train.html?page=all

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I am the leader of the Neuromorphics Lab, a highly collaborative lab with connections across both academia and industry.