Category: Gator AI
Faculty, staff and students are invited to participate in immersive events dedicated to all things AI, Oct. 26–28.
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 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.
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.
A team of UF researchers is rolling out the AI model SynGatorTron™, which generates synthetic patient data untraceable to real patients.
Interested in learning how UF departments are using artificial intelligence? Register for any of these upcoming events that will explore ways to integrate AI into the curriculum and the novel challenges AI poses to societal norms and values.
In its latest step to promote artificial intelligence (AI) and data science — and in an effort to integrate AI across the curriculum — UF recently announced it will create an Artificial Intelligence Academic Initiative Center.
A team from the UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute, the College of Education and the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering will partner with the Calvert Marine Museum on a three-year, $1.3 million project to teach Florida middle school teachers and students how to use artificial intelligence to identify fossil shark teeth.
Hosted by the UF Information Technology Research Computing office, the Spring 2022 HiPerGator Symposium will take place virtually on March 24.
UF joins a select group of institutions nationwide in a new National Humanities Center initiative to design college-level curriculum that explores how to develop and deploy ethical artificial intelligence technologies.
With support from Google, faculty from 15 universities in the center’s “Responsible AI” program will create and implement courses that help students think through the ways in which AI technologies are integrated into everyday life and how to design AI that fosters equity across business, government and society.
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