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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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CU Boulder researchers work to transfer the ‘technology’ of biology

Nov. 1, 2021

Several new faculty hires in CU Engineering have a deep interest in bio-inspired engineering.

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Seminar: Jaret Riddick on DoD, autonomy, and interdisciplinary research

Oct. 26, 2021

The College of Engineering and Applied Science will host a seminar by Jaret Riddick at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 3 via Zoom.

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Report: Boulder emerging as 'early adopter' for artificial intelligence industry

Oct. 6, 2021

Boulder is No. 9 in a recent report that maps the geography of America's artificial intelligence industry and finds "early adopter" cities that have relatively high levels of activity in the sector.

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9News: Robot competition may drive search and rescue innovation

Sept. 15, 2021

CU Boulder's robotics team will compete in the DARPA subterranean robot competition reports 9News.

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New $25 million research center to study the radio frequency spectrum

Sept. 15, 2021

Researchers at CU Boulder will take part in a $25 million effort to study a natural resource that’s becoming increasingly in demand: the radio frequency spectrum.

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A New Artificial Intelligence Makes Mistakes on Purpose

Sept. 1, 2021

A chess program that learns from human error might be better at working with people or negotiating with them.


New framework will enable better control of large networked systems

June 21, 2021

Multi-agent systems (MAS) are ubiquitous in nature and science, from flocks of birds and neurons in the brain, to social networks and quantum spin systems. That makes the question of how to control these natural or manmade systems a popular problem for engineers.

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Video: Nisar Ahmed on autonomous systems and the Cooperative Human-Robot Intelligence Lab

May 18, 2021

Nisar Ahmed is developing collaborative human and autonomous robot vehicle systems and machine learning and artificial intelligence for aerospace applications. An assistant professor in Ann and H.J. Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences at CU Boulder, Ahmed's work is advancing how people and robots interact and work with eachother.

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By combining machine learning and control theory, Poveda expands field of autonomy

April 12, 2021

By combining concepts from artificial intelligence and machine learning with well-known control theories, he may have found a new approach that could prove key to moving forward on many fronts.