Phishing emails, with malware and dangerous links embedded in them, increase at the start of each semester. Faculty and staff are encouraged to review the Information Security Office’s social engineering webpage to learn how to protect yourself from cybercriminals.
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.
Participate in UFIT’s annual summer contest to qualify for weekly gift card drawings.
Explore UFIT’s new social engineering resources to learn how to recognize these tactics and how to keep your personal information and online accounts safe.
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.
Instructional designers from UFIT’s Center for Instructional Technology & Training are available to work with faculty seeking to develop or revise a course for the fall semester.
A team of UF researchers is rolling out the AI model SynGatorTron™, which generates synthetic patient data untraceable to real patients.
In a recent From Florida episode, UF alumnus Charles Carmakal shared what organizations and individuals can do to protect themselves against cyberattacks.
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.
Hosted by the UF Information Technology Research Computing office, the Spring 2022 HiPerGator Symposium will take place virtually on March 24.
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