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7/16/19

The classes are part of a fall inventory of open-enrollment business improvement courses for professionals.

7/11/19

James Chen, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, wrote an article on supersonic and hypersonic flight for Aerospace Testing International, a magazine based in England.

6/30/19

A story on ESPN about the similarities between baseball and cricket interviews Kenneth Regan, associate professor of computer science and engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, who has written on the intersections of the two sports.

6/27/19

An article in TechSpot about advances in biometrics reports that the Pentagon now has a prototype infrared laser called “Jetson” that can identify people by their heartbeat, and interviews Wenyao Xu, associate professor of computer science and engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

6/26/19

A story on WBFO-FM interviews Kenneth Joseph, assistant professor of computer science and engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, about his research that showed that Democrats and Republicans are less divided than it may seem when it comes to President Trump’s tweets.

6/26/19

The class will be led by David Doermann, director of UB's Artificial Intelligence Institute, who recently testified before Congress.

6/18/19

Ethics in curriculum will be a requirement as opposed to an afterthought, organizers say.

6/13/19

An article in The Buffalo News reports David Doermann, professor of SUNY Empire Innovation and director of the Artificial Intelligence Institute in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, testified before the House Intelligence Committee about the threats that “deepfake” videos and other types of artificial intelligence-generated synthetic data pose to the U.S. election system. 

6/12/19

One of five jobs in Western New York are in industries with ties to clean energy, yet 54% of workers in clean energy industries are aged 45 or older.

6/7/19

Deepfakes pose a disinformation threat capable of disrupting the 2020 election, Doermann says.