Monday, July 15, 2019

Emotionally intuitive artificial intelligence

photo of Professor Jesse Hoey

People suffering from the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease often have difficulty remembering things that recently happened to them. As the disease takes root, a person’s reasoning and behaviour can change. Day-to-day routines — like handwashing — may become challenging for them and they begin to need more assistance from caregivers for simple tasks.

But now there is technology that can help.

Friday, June 28, 2019

The near miss that became a molecular hit

photo of Craig Kaplan holding the near-miss paper model be built

“From my readings, I have stumbled upon your great website, which is … helping me understand the nature of polyhedra. I have a question regarding the structures you have posted on your site. I am not a mathematician; I am a biologist and therefore my question might sound downright naïve. The structure in question is the near-miss Johnson solid …”

Monday, June 24, 2019

Meet the lawyer disrupting her profession

photo of digital gavel representing use of AI in law

Maura Grossman, a Cheriton School of Computer Science Research Professor, is using AI to make legal document review more effective and efficient

She has been called the most dangerous lawyer in America for her research and advocacy on technology-assisted review (TAR).

Friday, May 17, 2019

Jesse Hoey and Robert Freeland receive 2019 Outstanding Recent Contribution in Social Psychology Award

photo of Professor Jesse Hoey

Cheriton School of Computer Science Professor Jesse Hoey has teamed up with Professor Robert Freeland, a sociologist at Wake Forest University, to conduct novel research at the intersection of computer science and social psychology.

Monday, May 13, 2019

Chang Ge, Ihab Ilyas, Xi He and Ashwin Machanavajjhala develop new system that offers protection against data breaches

photo of PhD student Chang Ge

Cheriton School of Computer Science PhD candidate Chang Ge, Professors Ihab Ilyas and Xi He, and their colleague Professor Ashwin Machanavajjhala at Duke University 

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