The Institute of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science held IAD Days (formally CDSE Days) April 26 -28, 2022 following a two-year hiatus. The event attracted over 200 participants including students, faculty, and community researchers.
Sargur “Hari” Srihari, an internationally renowned UB professor of computer science who taught computers to read handwriting and significantly advanced the fields of pattern recognition, computational forensics and machine learning, died March 8.
Three SEAS students are among the recipients of the state’s second annual Graduate Research Empowering and Accelerating Talent (GREAT) awards, an honor that provides $5,000 in flexible funds for research expenses, professional development and supplemental stipend support.
Auto-flaggers for work zones, contactless fingerprint scanners, and a tool to defend against fake media were just a few of the inventive student research projects presented at the first annual Russell Agrusa CSE Student Innovation Competition.
UB Hacking returned to an in-person format this year, with over 300 enthusiastic students convening in Davis Hall for the annual event. This year's event also featured a virtual component for non-UB students that drew participants from around the world.