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LG AI Research and CSE build on successful partnership
  1. 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.

  2. U-Michigan a partner in two CHIPS Act Midwest microelectronics hubs

    The latest DoD funding announcements bolster Michigan Engineering’s efforts to support revitalization of the U.S. semiconductor sector.

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  3. New apps for visually impaired users provide virtual labels for controls and a way to explore images

    With VizLens, users can touch buttons while their phones read out the labels, and Image Explorer provides a workaround for bad or missing alt text.

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  4. Thatchaphol Saranurak recognized with 2023 Presburger Award

    The award recognizes the outstanding contributions of a young scientist in the field of theoretical computer science.

  5. Focused ambitions

    While hunger for an artificial intelligence that can think like a human remains unsated, AI continues to appear in our lives in smaller ways.

  6. U-M CSE research team advances to top five in Amazon Alexa Prize Simbot Challenge

    The challenge is a means of pushing forward with their research into development of next-generation embodied AI agents.

  7. Major breakthrough in dynamic graph algorithms earns Best Paper

    Thatchaphol Saranurak and collaborators were recognized at SODA ’23 for their work that broke an approximation barrier in dynamic graph matching.

  8. Diversity and inclusiveness are an essential part of the pursuit of AI at CSE

    The Michigan AI Lab is focused on building a community of diverse viewpoints in an effort to reduce the bias we see in the exploding world of artificial intelligence.

  9. “It’s a supportive and collaborative environment” — making connections as a PhD candidate in and outside the classroom

    U-M CSE PhD candidate Sarah Jabbour discusses how collaboration is centered in her experience as a graduate student.

  10. “It’s a supportive and collaborative environment” — making connections as a PhD student in and outside the classroom

    U-M CSE PhD candidate Sarah Jabbour discusses how collaboration is centered in her experience as a graduate student.