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The new Center for Social Media Responsibility will build upon UMSI's global leadership in social media research to address the information apocalypse.
Dr. Akhtar Badshah will discuss the rise of exponential technologies and their impact on society.
Helen Levy will discuss a dynamic method for calculating state-level economic impact for Medicaid expansion.
This annual event includes over 50 undergraduate and graduate student projects, in areas such as civic tech, DEI, technology design and more.
The University of Michigan is committed to making an undergraduate education affordable to all Michigan families with need.
A grant from the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation will fund Robin Brewer's study on ways to make AVs accessible to those with vision impairments.
Their "Applied Data Science with Python" course earns praise from online learning platform Coursera.
Plans are underway at UMSI to develop a new online master's degree in applied data science, one of the first online degrees to be offered at Michigan.
The new Center for Social Media Responsibility will build upon UMSI's global leadership in social media research, address the information apocalypse, and find creative solutions.
UMSI's Michael Nebeling has developed a tool for mobile app designers that allows them to build AR prototypes without needing programming skills.
The UMSI community celebrated the Lunar New Year on February 16 with festive food, traditional gifts and entertainment.