Faculty Friday: Human & AI Collaboration

Casper Harteveld

Friday July 22, 2022

How should humans and computers work together to create video games? Northeastern University Professor Casper Harteveld shares his vision for how ethical human-AI collaboration can positively impact multiple industries.

Faculty Friday: Data and Privacy

Christo Wilson

Friday July 8, 2022

At a time when the right to privacy is being called into question in unprecedented ways, watch Northeastern Associate Professor of Computer Science, Christo Wilson discuss key data considerations.

Faculty Friday: Shaping the Future of Technology

Christo Wilson

Friday July 1, 2022

We are celebrating the 90+ incredible faculty members from across Northeastern University who help us advance our mission to solve real problems using responsible, cooperative and human-centric AI.

Faculty Friday: How AI Cuts the Time Humans Spend in MRI Machines

Paul Hand

Friday June 17, 2022

How can artificial intelligence techniques shorten the length of time people spend in MRI machines? Professor Paul Hand explains how AI methods help mimic human tissue in a MRI.

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.