Mizzou Engineering’s Jim Keller invited to give talk at John von Neumann conference
Mizzou Engineering’s Jim Keller has been invited to give a distinguished talk at an international conference celebrating the contributions of John von Neumann, considered one of the greatest minds of the 20th century.
Longtime AI researcher stays grounded as new bots turn field upside down
Generative artificial intelligence (AI) systems such as ChatGPT can provide a lot of convincing answers to user queries. What these models can’t do so well is explain how they derived their result and how confident they are in the output. And large language models (LLMs) aren’t the only machines making decisions that impact us. Professor Derek Anderson has been studying complex issues around AI for 20 years.
AI innovator mentors next generation while breaking new ground
AI is at the forefront of everyone’s mind, and Associate Professor Derek Anderson is at the forefront of AI.
Team to present work around spiking neural networks at DATE conference
A Mizzou Engineering research team led by Assistant Professor Khaza Anuarul Hoque will present two papers at the Design Automation and Test in Europe Conference and Exhibition (DATE), an A1-rated conference, in the area of hardware and electronic design automation (EDA), in Belgium this coming spring.
Researchers using machine learning to transcript centuries-old scripts
A University of Missouri research team has proved that a machine can be trained to decipher centuries-old script. Now, they want to see if that model is smart enough to read other handwritten documents from the era without as much human assistance.
Mizzou Engineering team develops tool to assess diabetes risk
Mizzou Engineers are bringing artificial intelligence services to the end user through edge intelligence, developing a smartphone app that lets you determine your risk for diabetes. Unlike other tools available, the system would allow you to enter personal health data securely and ensure it remains private.
Mizzou Engineer using machine learning to solve space debris problem
Companies are launching satellites into orbit at a dizzying pace with no plans to clean them up once they’ve completed their missions. That means dead satellites are floating in space with no one controlling them, leaving them vulnerable to collisions. “Space is becoming more and more crowded,” said Ming Xin, professor of mechanical and aerospace…
Engineers develop robot to automatically inspect heat exchangers
A Mizzou Engineering team is designing a robot that can automatically inspect heat exchangers, which are critical to generating electricity.
Using AI to analyze large amounts of biological data
Researchers at the University of Missouri are applying a form of artificial intelligence (AI) — previously used to analyze how National Basketball Association (NBA) players move their bodies — to now help scientists develop new drug therapies for medical treatments targeting cancers and other diseases.
Mizzou Engineers help locate remote bomas in East Africa through geospatial AI
Mizzou Engineers have helped a non-profit agency by using artificial intelligence to locate bomas, or small huts, in remote areas of Eastern Africa.