Posts Tagged "AI"

Lecture: Dr. Yelena Yesha “Data Science for Medical Imaging” 2/5/2020

Announcing a Department of Computer Science Pizza Seminar Series lecture: "Data Science for Medical Imaging" by Yelena Yesha, Ph.D. -Visiting Distinguished Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Miami -Distinguished University Professor, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County -Director, NSF Center for Accelerated Real Time Analytics Wednesday, February 5th,...

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Free Screening of “Data Science Pioneers” at Cosford Cinema 2/25/2020

Click here for Tickets What does it mean to be a "Data Scientist"?  It’s hard to tell the difference between data-science hype and reality. Learn from leading data scientists what’s real and what they’re excited about at a screening of the documentary film "Data Science Pioneers" at the Cosford Cinema on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 | 6:00-8:30 PM  (Runtime: 61m) Even though the title "Data Scientist" is new, the role has a long lineage...

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Students Gain Research Experience through AI and Computer Simulations

New Technology that Rapidly Sifts Through Video to Identify if Paralyzed Mice are Able to Regain Movement with Experimental Drugs A Computer Program able to Simulate Chemical Reactions that Could Help Eliminate Harmful Solvents from Polluting the Earth These are just two projects completed by students in the computer science undergraduate research program wrapping up this week at the University of Miami. Funded by the National Science...

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Series of Sensors Projects feeds Smart City Development

Joel Zysman, CCS Advanced Computing (AC) Director, spoke to a DDN User Group on how Advanced Computing is set up to "follow the data".  Advanced Computing is split into 3 different core areas: Big Data/Analytics High-Performance Computing Operations Cloud Services At CCS, storage is not local on the servers, instead, storage is in the middle of the data design.  This design led to a series of SENSOR NETWORKS PROJECTS that fed into...

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