UF launches the state's most powerful supercomputer
High-impact research is in full swing on the University of Florida’s powerful supercomputer, with faculty and students from across the...
Management professor’s paper wins top prize for insights on building equitable workplaces with AI technologies
R. Perry Frankland Associate Professor of Management and two co-authors won first place at the U Penn Wharton People Analytics Conference.
Head up to the second floor of the University of Florida’s Innovation Hub and you might find yourself in the...
Technology opens UF's collection of amphibians and reptiles to the world
Gatorade changed UF forever
UF/IFAS researchers may have found a key to converting algae to fuel
UF engineers focus on the internet of things
When you can’t trust your own eyes and ears to detect deepfakes, who can you trust? Perhaps, a machine. University of Florida researcher Damon Woodard is using artificial intelligence methods to develop algorithms that can detect deepfakes — images, text, video and audio that purports to be real but isn’t. These algorithms, Woodard says, are better at detecting deepfakes than humans.
I-STREET testbed deploys the internet of things for traffic research
The internet of things could make the office sweater obsolete
Fab Lab technology allows makers of all sorts to turn their visions into reality