Sidney D’Mello is a professor in CU Boulder’s Institute of Cognitive Science and Department of Computer Science, and is also director of the National Science Foundation AI Institute for Student-AI Teaming.
In the summers of 1958 and 1960, CU Boulder’s first curator of anthropology, Joe Ben Wheat, excavated the Olsen-Chubbuck site, an area near Kit Carson, Colorado, that contained remains of bison dating to 8200 B.C.
It’s exciting to consider how artificial intelligence is already changing the way we teach, learn and innovate. CU Boulder faculty, staff and students are at the forefront of this work, harnessing AI to improve autonomous vehicles, enhance K-12 education and create never before-seen works of art.
Shooting guard for women’s basketball Frida Formann talks about expectations after last season’s Sweet 16 run, growing up playing basketball in Denmark and developing a holistic perspective for her game.