Hickok: The race to innovate in AI is leading to consequences
Explicit photos of children were used to train AI image-generation tools. UMSI lecturer and AI ethics expert Merve Hickok says these are the repercussions of releasing AI models “without safeguards in place.”
UMSI staff honored with Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award
For developing a comprehensive web resource on religious holidays, a team of UMSI staff has received recognition from U-M.
Get to know Andrea Forte, new dean of the School of Information
In her garden, Andrea Forte has learned to embrace “the joy in slow growth.” In the field of information science, growth is rapid — and Forte is quick to adapt. She says UMSI’s mission is more necessary now than ever.
AI is here – and everywhere: 3 AI researchers look to the challenges ahead in 2024
UMSI professor Kentaro Toyama joins a panel of AI scholars to look ahead to 2024 and describe the issues AI developers, regulators and everyday people are likely to face, and to give their hopes and recommendations.
Pal: AI is helping spread misinformation. Now what?
Pal speaks with Logically Facts about the alarming and rapid use of artificial intelligence to create effective misinformation campaigns on social media.
Cohn: Alain Cohn featured on Game Changer Podcast
In the episode, Cohn discusses wealth, fairness and his research on behavioral and experimental economics.
Lindtner: China’s youth are “lying flat” to protest China’s work culture
Lindtner discusses why China’s young adults and fresh graduates are “lying flat” and “letting it rot.”
Lampe: Deepfake is making it harder and harder to identify disinformation
UMSI professor Cliff Lampe is interviewed by Forbes about an artificial intelligence technology that’s making videos of politicians difficult to trust.
SO-ELL program nurtures student-led projects
A new UMSI program has created a symbiotic relationship between student organizations that need real-world projects, and clients like Matthaei Botanical Gardens that need solutions.
Jane Im selected as 2023 Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Rising Star
UMSI doctoral candidate returned from the academic career workshop with advice on navigating the job market.