Call for white papers for seed funding
The IUPUI Institute of Integrative Artificial Intelligence (iAI) seeks white paper proposals for innovative AI research projects that can lead to major research collaborations and external grant funding opportunities.
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Dr. Mohler’s research focuses on statistical and deep learning approaches to solving problems in spatial, urban and network data science. Several current projects include modeling and causal inference for overdose and social harm event data, fairness and interpretability in criminal justice forecasting, and modeling viral processes and link formation on networks using a combination of point processes and neural networks. He received his undergraduate degree in mathematics from IU Bloomington and his PhD in mathematics from UCSB with an emphasis in Computational Science and Engineering.
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Developing AI technology for a variety of industries
Toyota and IUPUI have teamed up to develop testing technology for automatic braking systems. The technology was developed and patented through a partnership between the Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) and IUPUI's Transportation Active Safety Institute.
An IUPUI professor is investigating using AI in a unique and novel way: as part of a man-machine assemblage. In the past, these would have been trained as separate entities—much like a self-driving car and driver—rather than learning and training together at the same time.
A team of recent IUPUI graduates developed Zenext, a voice-command virtual assistant based on Google Assistant that helps law enforcement conduct critical tasks hands-free. The technology works similarly to Siri or Alexa.