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September 21, 2020

Filling an AI and Materials Science Training Gap

Duke University awarded $3 million to develop a graduate training program at the nexus of artificial intelligence and materials science

NSF Convergence Accelerator launches second cohort

September 17, 2020

Duke-Led Team to Develop Privacy-Minded AI Health Learning Platform

A new $1 million NSF Convergence Accelerator award will support privacy-preserving machine learning models for health care

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September 02, 2020

Duke Joins Peers on New National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee

Committee tasked with counseling the White House on ways to ensure continued American leadership in quantum information science

+DS vLE: Deep Learning with PyTorch for Image Analysis

4:30 pm to 6:00 pm Virtual session

Presenter: Rachel Draelos

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MEMS Seminar: Professor Jeffrey M. Rickman, Lehigh University

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm https://dukeuniversity.webex.com/meet/cct29

Presenter: Professor Jeffrey M. Rickman

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Nanoscience Global Lecture presented by Nano Letters

10:00 am to 11:00 am Webcast

Presenter: Nano Letters founding editor Paul Alivisatos, Nobel Prize winner Steven Chu and Laura Na Liu, winner of the 2019 Nano Letters Young Investigator Award

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Media Coverage

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Atlas Obscura | August 27, 2020

The Electrifying Science of Jellyfish Sprites, Explained

Featuring Steve Cummer

IEEE Spectrum | June 29, 2020

Making Blurry Faces Photorealistic Goes Only So Far

Featuring Cynthia Rudin

IEEE Spectrum | June 26, 2020

Future Baggage Scanners Will Tell Us What Things Are Made Of

Featuring Joel Greenberg, Michael Gehm

Duke ECE Magazine

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AI In Health | Featured Content

AI in Health

In the late 1990s, Larry Carin and Leslie Collins—both just beginning their tenures in Duke’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering—began teaching computers how to spot buried landmines.

Ethical Algorithms

Nearly forty thousand people lost their lives in car crashes last year in the U.S. alone. We can only presume that many of those fatalities were owed to our uniquely human frailties: distracted driving, driving under the influence, or plain inexperience.

Safe Travels

Tactical sporks. Million-volt tasers disguised as lipsticks. Suitcases packed with fireworks. 

Startup Stories

A Super Position

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