Ashutosh Trivedi,

Trivedi seeks to democratize artificial intelligence through CAREER award

June 27, 2022

Ashutosh Trivedi, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at CU Boulder, is working to democratize artificial intelligence by making machine learning more programmable, trustworthy and accessible to everyone.

Majid Zamani

Zamani CAREER award to bridge the gap between industry and academia in autonomous systems

June 27, 2022

Zamani wants to use real-life data, rather than mathematical models, to study and control autonomous systems with both software and physical components, bridging the gap between academia and industry and ensuring safety for all users.

Microscope

CU Boulder Professor leads new journal filling Environmental Data Science gap

April 13, 2022

A new journal devoted to innovative data-driven approaches to environmental problems including climate change, edited by Associate Professor Claire Monteleoni recently published its first cluster of papers.

Christine Chang testifying

PhD student testifies before state senate on AI, facial recognition bill

March 14, 2022

Computer science PhD student Christine Chang was recently invited to testify before the Colorado Senate Committee on Business, Labor, and Technology on SB22-113 – a piece of proposed legislation that deals with artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology and related privacy issues.

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All college Interdisciplinary Research Theme Blitz and Poster Session set for April 12

March 8, 2022

The College of Engineering and Applied Science will host a research blitz and poster session featuring work from within the interdisciplinary research themes from 3 - 6 p.m. on April 12 in the DLC lobby and first floor meeting spaces.

Brian Argrow

Brian Argrow reflects on time as chair and future of DEI in STEM

Feb. 24, 2022

Argrow is a professor and Schaden Leadership Chair of the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences at CU Boulder. He was also recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering for his work to advance uncrewed aerial systems to increase our understanding of supercell thunderstorms that can spawn tornados.

Dog nose

Odor to action – how smells are processed in the brain and influence behavior

Jan. 28, 2022

IRT member John Crimaldi is leading an international network of over 50 scientists and students using olfaction to study brain function in animals known as Odor2Action. In a new story published in The Conversation, network members trace the interconnections between smells and behaviors – highlighting what we know about olfaction, the challenges we face, and what's on the horizon.

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Engineering faculty part of research into decarbonizing energy systems

Jan. 4, 2022

Researchers in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU Boulder will try to use the power of artificial intelligence to make decarbonized energy systems a reality in the near future through a new research grant.

Morteza Lahijanian

Video: How Lahijanian Creates Safety and Soundness in Autonomous Systems

Dec. 13, 2021

Morteza Lahijanian’s work is at the intersection of safety and soundness in robotics, focusing on developing autonomous systems which operate safely and effectively alongside humans to help improve the well-being of individuals and societies.

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The State of the Art of Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law

Nov. 3, 2021

This conference will explore the state of the art of artificial intelligence in the practice of law. Our expert panelists will examine the following topics: Who is using artificial intelligence in legal practice and how widely is it being used? Where has AI been successful in the practice of law? Where has it failed to live up to its promise? What are the benefits and downfalls of using artificial intelligence in the practice of law? What does the future hold?

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