Artificial intelligence and computer science researchers say getting machines to do the right thing has turned out to be relatively easy. We program Roombas to vacuum our homes, but don’t expect them to brew our coffee. We program robotic arms to sort parts in factories, but not to decide which colors to paint cars. We program doorbells to tell us who is at the door, but not to let them in. Most of our machines do one thing and do it well, usually in error-free fashion. They get the task right.
In January, the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute hosted “Black Voices in Research,” an online storytelling event featuring five Black members of the UF biomedical research community.
Florida’s economy — so reliant on tourism — has been particularly hard hit by the pandemic. Tens of thousands of workers at theme parks,...
Writer August Lah used to joke that she spent more than half her day in a coffee house.
As Florida’s oldest book publisher, University Press of Florida has evolved over the years from just serving the University of Florida to representing all 12 State University System of Florida institutions today.
Linguistics team studies the benefits of speaking multiple languages
A third of American travelers are concerned about coronavirus on domestic flights, according to a new study from the University of Florida.
The University of Florida’s creative writing program nurtures and pushes its graduate students
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Economic benefits from a world of creativity
Science and Art in the Anthropocene
Other universities told Xander Boggs he’d have to choose between music and medical school. The University of Florida encouraged him...