Artificial Intelligence

Facial Recognition and AI Technology: Congress Calls for New TSA Privacy Regulations at Airports

May 31, 2024
The Transportation Security Administration began incorporating facial recognition technology into its security protocols in 2020 to enhance airport security measures.
Read More

The Future of Communication: How AI is Transforming the Way We Connect

May 22, 2024
How is AI transforming the way we connect? From personalization to translation to automation, our methods of communication are undergoing a profound change, promising to reshape the way we connect as a society.
Read More

The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown: AI’s Impact on the 2024 Presidential Election

May 14, 2024
The 2024 presidential election has the potential to be one of the most consequential in generations.
Read More

AI in Archeology: How New Technology is Revolutionizing Historical Studies

May 9, 2024
Discover how AI is now incorporated in all aspects of Archeology. From predicting the sites of ancient settlements to reconstructing artifacts, science from the past and present is revolutionizing our understanding of history.
Read More

Generative AI: Is Your Copyright Safe?

May 3, 2024
Generative AI is a branch of artificial intelligence that creates or “generates” entirely new content and is revolutionizing creative fields.
Read More

Moving Towards a More Sustainable Future Using AI

April 22, 2024
Climate change is a pressing global issue that is escalating at an alarming rate.
Read More

Artificial Intelligence in Wildfire Prevention

June 30, 2023
Wildfires and forest fires are an unfortunate reality in our everyday lives.
Read More

National Science Fiction Day: A History of Science and Technology in Fiction

January 4, 2022
January 2 marked the annual celebration of National Science Fiction Day. By no coincidence, this date is also the birthday of Isaac Asimov, a famous science fiction writer and professor of biochemistry.
Read More

New AI systems create false information to mislead adversaries and prevent intellectual property theft

July 29, 2021
A new and improved cybersecurity tool, developed by Dartmouth researchers, will mislead hackers trying to steal trade secrets by preventing intellectual property theft with AI, machine learning and natural language processing.
Read More

AI & Machine Learning in Social Cognition: Building understanding of subjective notions of human attraction

July 19, 2021
By discovering how machine learning can understand human attraction, researchers have found a new use of AI in studies of social cognition that could improve our understanding of issues like implicit bias and decision-making.
Read More