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  1. First atlas of the human ovary with cell-level resolution is a step toward artificial ovary

    Most human oocytes never get a chance to mature into eggs—a new study sheds light on why.

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  2. GenAI diffusion models learn to generate new content more consistently than expected

    Award-winning research led by Prof. Qing Qu discovered an intriguing phenomenon that diffusion models consistently produce nearly identical content starting from the same noise input, regardless of model architectures or training procedures.

  3. Understanding attention in large language models

    How do chatbots based on the transformer architecture decide what to pay attention to in a conversation? They’ve made their own machine learning algorithms to tell them.

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  4. Automotive semiconductor effort builds momentum

    ‘The innovation needs of the auto industry present a new set of opportunities for the semiconductor community.’

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  5. Biases in large image-text AI model favor wealthier, Western perspectives

    AI model that pairs text, images performs poorly on lower-income or non-Western images, potentially increasing inequality in digital technology representation.

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  6. Tracking undetectable space junk

    Colliding pieces of space debris emit electric signals that could help track small debris littering Earth’s orbit, potentially saving satellites and spacecraft.

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  7. 200-year-old geology mystery resolved

    To build mountains from dolomite, a common mineral, it must periodically dissolve. This counter-intuitive lesson could help make new defect-free semiconductors and more.

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  8. Alum Mo Faisal on building a successful semiconductor company

    Faisal, the 2023 ECE Rising Star Alumni Award recipient, founded Movellus based on his doctoral research conducted under Prof. David Wentzloff.

  9. Michigan Engineering to launch semiconductor training program as part of statewide effort

    The University of Michigan’s latest program to grow the microchip workforce aims to reach up to 600 participants a year.

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  10. LG AI Research and CSE build on successful partnership

    A delegation from LG AI Research visited campus to review LG-funded projects in process and discuss future collaborations.