Team using artificial intelligence to revolutionize infrared sensors
With funding from the U.S. Army, a Mizzou Engineering team and collaborators are using artificial intelligence in hopes of revolutionizing infrared sensors.
How to build an ‘explainable AI’ framework to speed up the innovation process
A nearly $4.9 million grant from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) is supporting the project by University of Missouri engineers.
Researchers use simulated environments to train AI
A Mizzou Engineering team is hoping to lead artificial intelligence (AI) into a new era by foregoing real-world data in favor of simulated environments.
Using AI to Generate Holograms in Everyday Settings
Imagine being able to see a hologram of the person you’re talking to on your cell phone. Sound futuristic? Mizzou Engineers are finding ways to someday make that a reality. A research team is…
Machines Can Explain Decisions Through Images, Researchers Find
Machines have the ability to tell humans why they made a decision based on how they prioritize features of what they see. That’s the take-away from a paper Mizzou Engineers have had accepted to an international conference this summer.
Building Smarter AI
Artificial intelligence is smart, but it’s also too trusting. Currently, AI blindly trusts sensor data and decisions derived from that data. Now, Derek Anderson, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is trying to figure out how to build AI that can more intelligently react to dynamic unknown environments.
Keller Receives Top Award from IEEE
Jim Keller—an emeritus professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science—has received a top award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world’s largest technical professional organization.
EECS showcases strengths at FUZZ-IEEE International Conference
This year’s Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ FUZZ-IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems had a distinctly Mizzou Engineering flare.