Atri Rudra has been named the first Katherine Johnson Chair in Artificial Intelligence, which was established by a generous gift from computer science alums D. Sivakumar, PhD ’96, and Uma Mahadevan, PhD ’98.
Siwei Lyu, one of the world’s leading experts on deepfakes, will present a free demonstration on how to detect fraudulent videos on Nov. 19 at 12 p.m. in the auditorium of the Buffalo Museum of Science.
Can an oyster listen? What kind of sound environment is needed for oysters to thrive? Those are the kinds of questions UB faculty member Stephanie Rothenberg is exploring in a new art exhibit with help from a few computer science and engineering students.
How can technology be a part of the solution to addressing the immense and complex issue of racial inequality in the United States? That is one of the fundamental questions that computer scientist Kenny Joseph is undertaking in his research, which is supported by a NSF CAREER award.