MIT’s Wireless Localizer Could Mean Password-Free Wi-Fi – PC Magazine

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Dubbed Chronos, the new Wi-Fi localization system was developed by researchers at the school’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, who said it could eventually lead to “safer drones, smarter homes, and password-free Wi-Fi.
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All You Can Eat Data: Restaurants Serve Up Best Free Wi-Fi in the U.S. – Point of Sale News ™ (press release) (blog)

All You Can Eat Data: Restaurants Serve Up Best Free Wi-Fi in the U.S.
Point of Sale News ™ (press release) (blog)
New study from hyperlocal engagement network Popwifi names restaurant chains BJ’s and Olive Garden as providers of best quality shared Wi-Fi. San Francisco, CA., March 31st, 2016 — Restaurant and Brewhouse chain BJ’s and Italian dining chain Olive …

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Wireless localizer means password-free WiFi, safer drones, and smarter homes – ZDNet

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According to researchers the technology could mean safer drones, smarter homes and password-free WiFi. Experiments conducted in a two-bedroom apartment with four occupants show that the system can correctly identify which room a resident is in 94 …
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