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Fighting deepfakes with smartwatches

Researchers take a step closer in creating software that could stop voice control mischief in manufacturing settings.
Health Policy and Management

‘Best of two worlds’: Ethical model for artificial intelligence combines flexibility with enforcement

Researchers say CAITE could curb misuse while encouraging advancements
Computer Science

A&M team to compete in 48-hour supercomputing challenge

High Performance Research Computing will field six undergraduates for the international Student Cluster Competition at the 2022 Supercomputing Conference in Dallas
Computer Science

On the bubble: Artificial intelligence could help elections count hard-marked ballots with greater speed and accuracy

NSF supports A&M-led project to apply machine learning and deep learning to sorting votes
Computer Engineering

Machine learning helps software keep up with complex chip designs

The National Science Foundation supports project with $1.2 million grant
Computer Science

Zero-knowledge proof: Creating trust between users on digital platforms

National Science Foundation supports project with CAREER Award
Computer Engineering

Is that really you? New method fixes flaws in two-factor authentication

Engineers present findings to a premier venue in cutting-edge cybersecurity research

AAAS selects seven Texas A&M faculty members as 2021 fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science will honor 564 new fellows during its annual meeting in February 2022
Computer Science

Trailblazing supercomputer will enable scientists and engineers to optimize its hardware to support groundbreaking research

Texas A&M University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and The University of Texas at Austin will build a $5 million prototype for the National Science Foundation