Brent Seales is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant to create EduceLab — a cultural heritage imaging and analysis laboratory.
The project contributes to Silvestri's work in applying novel communication technologies to cyber-physical systems towards solving interdisciplinary research problems.
Jim Griffioen, a professor in the Department of Computer Science is a co-principal investigator on the NSF project.
The event will be hosted by computer science assistant professor Corey E. Baker.
The talk is titled "Some Ethical Issues in Computer Technology for COVID-19."
Due a later start to the spring semester, students now have a fantastic opportunity to progress in their education by taking online courses during the winter session.
Nathan Jacobs, Yu Zhang and Gongbo Liang are exploring ways of using techniques from machine learning and computer vision to analyze astronomy images.
The Kentucky-West Virginia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (KY-WV LSAMP), spearheaded by UK, is responsible for the program.
AIIDE is one of the top academic conferences for publishing research on artificial intelligence for games and game-adjacent areas such as training simulations.
Brent Seales, professor and chair of the Department of Computer Science, is considered the foremost expert in the digital restoration of damaged and unreadable manuscripts.