Faculty Friday with Sarah Ostadabbas: Enabling Advanced AI Algorithms to Solve Visual Perception Problems in the Small Data Domain
Northeastern University Assistant Professor Sarah Ostadabbas explains how her multidisciplinary research in machine learning and pattern recognition can solve visual perception problems in the small data domain.
Faculty Friday with Chris Amato: Training Intelligent Machines Through Real-World Interactions
In this week's Faculty Friday video, Northeastern University Assistant Professor and EAI faculty member Chris Amato describes how reinforcement learning enables intelligent interactions between humans and machines.
Faculty Friday with John Basl: Applying Insights from Ethics and Philosophy to Reduce Bias in AI
Associate Professor John Basl describes how he applies principles from philosophy to advance technical artificial intelligence research with ethics at the core.
Faculty Friday – Silvio Amir: Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Quantify Social Media Data
Faculty Friday – Olga Vitek: Using AI to Understand and Fight Disease
Northeastern University Professor Olga Vitek explains how artificial intelligence and machine learning can help us better understand disease progression and help discover new intervention methods.
Faculty Friday: Northeastern University Provost David Madigan Shares a Promising Outlook for the Future of AI
Northeastern University Provost, David Madigan, discusses how initiatives like the Institute for Experiential AI build a promising future by strengthening ties to partnerships offering real-world applications for AI.