Faculty Friday: Giving Researchers a ‘Bird’s Eye View’ to Improve Depth in Academic Fields

Ajay Satpute & Alessia Iancarelli

Friday May 20, 2022

A new artificial intelligence tool is poised to help researchers keep up with the ever-increasing amounts of published papers in a given academic field and help foster a greater breadth of disciplinary scholarship.

Faculty Friday: Improving Deep Learning Algorithms

Xue Shelley Lin

Friday May 6, 2022

Xue Shelley Lin, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, discusses how she is investigating and working to improve deep learning techniques to be used in a variety of new applications.

Faculty Friday: Using AI to Help People Live Better and Age Better

Misha Pavel

Friday April 29, 2022

In our newest Faculty Friday video, Professor of the Practice Misha Patel explains how researchers can improve outcomes for those who may be at risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other diseases.

Faculty Friday: Control Theory and Optimization in Engineering Systems

Laurent Lessard

Friday April 22, 2022

Laurent Lessard, associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering, discusses his work and how it makes a difference in familiar systems we use every day.

Faculty Friday: Discover Experiential AI Virtual Photo Album

Friday April 15, 2022

This week for Faculty Friday, we want to pay special tribute to all of the fantastic faculty members, students, and guest speakers who helped make our Discover Experiential AI launch event a success!

Faculty Friday: Experiential AI Can Help Achieve Business and Research Goals

Friday April 1, 2022

We’re counting down to the Institute for Experiential AI’s launch event with a teaser video featuring our executive director, Usama Fayyad, and other EAI faculty as they discuss how AI impacts their work.