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Project Aims to Convey Big Data With Sound and Touch

NSF-Funded Research Would Expand Employment, Education Opportunities for Blind Data Users

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$1M NSF Award to Support Data-powered Fight Against Pandemics

System to Use Social Media, GPS, Government Data to Improve Predictive Models, Communications

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Is Twitter Doomed?

UMD Social Media Expert Predicts Costly Consequences of Gutting Content Moderation

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System Breaks Down Barriers for Blind Web Designers

Computer Science Researchers’ Touch, Audio-based Interface Provides Autonomy and Accessibility

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How AI Could Help Writers Spot Stereotypes

Tool to Identify Social Biases in Creative Writing Ultimately Leaves Artists in Control

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UMD Co-leads $750K NSF, Amazon Project to Tackle AI Bias in Mapping

System Could Enable Fairer, Safer Decisions on Resource Distribution

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Who Owns the Sounds and Images of Native People’s Pasts?

UMD Faculty Members Work to Reunite Native People With Archival Materials

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Can a Strategy Game Help AI Learn to Spot Scammers?

Researchers Awarded $1M to Support U.S. Military’s Cybersecurity Fight

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Researchers Work to Make Artificial Intelligence Genuinely Fair

$1.6M NSF, Amazon Awards Bolster Studies of AI in College Admissions, Language Translation

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$1M NSF Grant Supports Project to Create Data-Literate Citizens

Researcher Working With DC Schools on New Capstone Course to Address Digital Information Inequity

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Russian Attack on Ukraine Also Targeted Global Food Supply

UMD Experts Predict That Poorer Nations Will Suffer Most as Chaos Grips Agriculture in Black Sea Region

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Expanding Data Science Beyond Visualization

$2M in State Funding Supports Work Expanding Access to Field for the Visually Impaired

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