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October 11, 2019

AI in Health

Machine learning algorithms in Duke University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering were initially deployed in search of landmines. Over the past two decades, they’ve evolved to generate stunning insights into human health

Joel Greenberg and Michael Gehm

October 10, 2019

Safe Travels

Duke ECE is driving a new $5.83 million airport security project

Cynthia Rudin

October 10, 2019

Ethical Algorithms

How do we balance the potentially transformative benefits of new technology against the risks?

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IEEE Spectrum | October 10, 2019

Printing Electronics Directly on Delicate Surfaces—Like the Back of Your Hand

Featuring Aaron Franklin

ASEE Prism | October 8, 2019

Shades of Inclusion

Featuring Alice Dai

IBM Research Blog | October 7, 2019

Unlocking a 140-year-old Secret in Physics

Featuring David Mitzi

Duke ECE: Reimagine the Future

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Calling All Optimists

Novel approaches to society’s toughest challenges: Health, Security, Intelligent Systems, and Engineering Physics

Expanding Our Reach

Bigger and bolder than ever, Duke ECE is growing into the community and the world

The Shift to Cognition

Tomorrow’s computers, today

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