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Study reveals bias in AI tools when diagnosing women’s health issue

In AI University, Featured, In the Headlines, J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, NewsBy Karen DooleyStory originally published on UF News

Machine learning algorithms designed to diagnose a common infection that affects women showed a diagnostic bias among ethnic groups, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering researchers found.

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AI and Water Quality at UF AI Days

In Center for Coastal Solutions, Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and EnvironmentBy Megan SamStory originally published on Center for Coastal Solutions

During UF AI Days from October 16-20, CCS researchers shared success stories in using artificial intelligence to enhance the speed and accuracy of water quality monitoring and coastal modeling. Associate Research Scientist Ron Fick, Ph.D. who co-led a panel on AI-driven advances in diverse fields, described the development of a new algorithm that fuses satellite data and field samples for …

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UF partners on NSF-funded National Artificial Intelligence Research Institute focused on STEM learning

In Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, Featured, News, Research GrantsBy Brittany SylvestriStory originally published on UF News

The NSF has selected a team of scientists from the University of Florida and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign to lead a $20 million institute to advance artificial intelligence to promote STEM education.