Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Researchers have found the most effective way to improve crop loss simulations is to add data on planting and harvesting in specific regions.
By Louise Lerner
Friday, November 16, 2018
To understand the culture and technology of the past, many archeologists now deploy the technology of the modern world, using drones, GIS, databases, and other digital tools to study ancient civilizations. On October 18th, 18 students from Kenwood Academy High School learned about these cutting-edge approaches from experts at the Oriental Institute (OI) and the UChicago Research Computing Center (RCC) during the inaugural Digital Archeology Day.
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
Monday, June 25, 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.