High-impact research is in full swing on the University of Florida’s powerful supercomputer, with faculty and students from across the State University System using HiPerGator — one of the smartest machines in the world — to advance critical work in areas including the environment, technology and medicine.
Micro-credentials have emerged as an ideal way for working professionals to become proficient in a specific area through short, non-credit courses that culminate in a competency-based badge. Earning a micro-credential helps fill knowledge gaps, especially for those in the workforce who have limited time and cannot commit to a semester or longer of learning. That said, now working professionals can gain their own competitive edge by adding an artificial intelligence (AI) micro-credential through the University of Florida’s Office of Professional and Workplace Development.
The university and the CIA have entered an agreement to study how artificial intelligence and machine learning applications (AIML) can be used to detect and deter malicious agents that infiltrate computer networks. The work will be carried out by researchers associated with UF’s Florida Institute for National Security.
The newest group of Ph.D. candidates at the UF College of Medicine can now collaborate with some of the university’s preeminent researchers in artificial intelligence to become immersed in the burgeoning field during their graduate studies.
Complications after surgery can pose many challenges for both physicians and patients. Now, University of Florida researchers have confirmed their artificial intelligence system accurately helps doctors predict and manage these problems.
Director of the Florida Institute for National Security and associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Dr. Woodard is leading a $1.2 million, three-year NSF research project to use artificial intelligence for the purpose of hardware security by developing an automated toolkit that will detect intellectual property and verify that the IC designs are exactly what they are supposed to be and not a piracy or sabotage.
Vobile, the worldwide leading Software-as-a-Service provider in digital content protection and monetization, announced on April 21 the opening of a new R&D and Operations Center in Gainesville, FL, home to more than 75,000 college students between the University of Florida and Santa Fe College. This strategic move is part of the company’s rapid growth initiatives. This is the first step in Vobile’s plan to create hundreds of jobs in Gainesville.
Medical chatbots that can talk to people using conversational language may be available on your cell phone or computer soon thanks to SynGatorTron™, a groundbreaking artificial intelligence tool developed by UF Health and NVIDIA.
In a groundbreaking, first-of-its kind event, university scientists, engineers, producers, government agencies and industry officials from throughout the South met at Auburn University to brainstorm ways to use artificial intelligence to help farmers.
Signaling its ongoing commitment to collaboration in the areas of artificial intelligence and data science, the University of Florida is participating in an academic conference to address the potential of artificial intelligence, robotics and automation in agriculture.