Interview with Dr. Paulette Krishack

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

RESEARCH COMPUTING CENTER

INTERNSHIP SPOTLIGHT ON AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION IMMUNOLOGY FELLOW

DR. PAULETTE KRISHACK

Interviewed by Sarah Kirstine Lain, University of Chicago Research Computing Center

Artificial Intelligence in the Spotlight for Mind Bytes 2018

Monday, June 25, 2018

“Artificial intelligence” is making a serious comeback.

Artificial Intelligence in the Spotlight for Mind Bytes 2018

Monday, June 25, 2018

Mind Bytes 2018

Artificial Intelligence in the Spotlight for Mind Bytes 2018

“Artificial intelligence” is making a serious comeback. When AI mostly failed to live up to its 20th century hype, the term fell out of favor. But today, as scientists, businesses, and society start to grapple with the enormous potential of machine learning, data science, and other computational techniques, artificial intelligence is back in vogue.

Specks of diamond act as tiny anvils that compress molecules, changing their bonds in a new way to do chemistry. Image Illustration by Peter Allen/University of Chicago.

Scientists use tiny diamond anvils to put squeeze on materials

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Tiny anvils open new possibilities

A Ruler Built from Gravitational Waves

Monday, February 12, 2018

A Ruler Built from Gravitational Waves​

A Ruler Built from Gravitational Waves​

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