Category: Gator AI

How to participate in UF’s AI Days, Oct. 16-20

Students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in the University of Florida’s second annual AI Days from Oct. 16 to 20. AI Days are one component of UF’s larger push to engage the entire campus around AI and its potential and will include a number of immersive events, including a poster board session, panel discussions and a hackathon. The event is free and open to the UF community and will be held in the Reitz Union ballroom.

How can AI streamline your work and enhance your productivity?

In a recent CNBC interview, David Reed, Ph.D., director of UF’s Artificial Intelligence Academic Initiative Center, also known as AI2, discussed how artificial intelligence can support one’s career development. To help UF faculty and staff in their professional journey, UFHR Training & Organizational Development and AI2 are offering Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace: Unlocking Productivity and Innovation, an AI training for beginners, on June 26 at 2 p.m.

AI helps create better, simpler hepatitis, COVID-19 tests

UF scientists have used AI tools to simplify a test that works for both hepatitis C and SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

UF partners on NSF-funded National AI Research Institute focused on STEM learning

The National Science Foundation announced today that it has selected a team of scientists to lead a $20 million institute to advance artificial intelligence to promote STEM education.

Building ethics in AI at UF panel

What does a commitment to ethical AI mean for UF researchers and teachers?

Celebrate UF’s AI Days

Faculty, staff and students are invited to participate in immersive events dedicated to all things AI, Oct. 26–28.

College of Medicine offers new artificial intelligence track for Ph.D. students

Thanks to the Emerging Research Scholars-AI Ph.D. Program, the newest group of Ph.D. candidates at the College of Medicine can now collaborate with some of the university’s preeminent researchers.

UF researchers to study integration of AI in middle schools through NLP

UF researchers were recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to explore how to integrate AI learning into middle school science through natural language processing, or NLP.

How to double food production by 2050

UF/IFAS Vice President for Agriculture and Natural Resources J. Scott Angle, Ph.D., published an opinion piece in The Hill discussing how agriculture is embracing artificial intelligence technology with the goal of innovating and doubling food production by 2050.

SynGatorTron™ to speed medical research, alleviate privacy worries

A team of UF researchers is rolling out the AI model SynGatorTron™, which generates synthetic patient data untraceable to real patients.

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