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Artificial Intelligence

Illustration of ECG and finger sensor heart monitors

Research Team Taps AI for Better Cardio Care

Technique Could Allow Doctors, Patients to Match ‘Gold Standard’ Monitoring at Home

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A New Vision for Violin Instruction

AI-Powered App to Eyeball Posture, Form for Solo Practice

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Computer Scientist Creates Hive of Ideas for Drones

Palm-Sized Autonomous Robots Could Help Bees Pollinate Flowers, Search Out Survivors and Watch Patients for Problems

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UMD, UMBC, Army Research Lab Announce $68M Cooperative Agreement to Accelerate AI, Autonomy

Pact Aims to Develop Tech to Reduce Humans’ Workload and Risks on Battlefield, Aid in Search-and-Rescue Missions

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The Ugly Side of Beauty AI

How Tech Increasingly Pushes Narrow Ideas of Beauty

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Uncovering ‘Coded Bias’

Film, Panel Discussion to Explore Inequalities in Artificial Intelligence

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How COVID-19 Is Changing Health Care

Two Digital Trends Likely to Linger, Researcher Predicts

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How AI Tactics May Spare Your GI Tract

NIFA Grant Supports New Approach to Fight Foodborne Illness

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How AI Empowers Companies to Keep Tabs on You

Computer Scientist Says Online Observers May Know More About Your Personality Than You Do

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Computing vs. Pandemics

UMD Researchers Part of $10M NSF Project to Develop Strategies to Thwart Disease Outbreaks

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AI and medicine combine in new UMB-UMD program.

Maryland Researchers Combine AI, Medicine on Major Health Challenges

UMB-UMCP Program Announces First Grants

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$3.1M Award Aims to Prevent Attacks on AI Security Measures

Research Would Safeguard Machine Learning Systems That Monitor Markets, Self-driving Cars, Facial ID

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