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Gilbreth Supercomputer Helping Purdue Faculty Make Leaps in Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science

September 18, 2019

Purdue faculty working in machine learning, artificial intelligence and other fields that are optimized for computations run on graphics processing units (GPUs) have a powerful new resource in Gilbreth, Purdue’s newest community cluster research supercomputer.

Gilbreth Supercomputer Helping Purdue Faculty Make Leaps in Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science

Land O’Lakes’ leaps in sustainability and its use of artificial intelligence for supply-chain management, big data, automation and food safety

September 12, 2019

Beth Ford, president and CEO of Land O’Lakes Inc., will take part in an interview-style Q&A session, “A Conversation with Beth Ford,” from 9-10:30 a.m. Sept. 17 in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall at Purdue University. The event is free and open to the public.

Land O’Lakes’ leaps in sustainability and its use of artificial intelligence for supply-chain management, big data, automation and food safety

Autonomous robots enter fields to collect precise soil samples, help farmers improve yields, reduce environmental impact, save money

September 10, 2019

Collecting precise soil samples is essential for farmers because a small amount of soil determines the amount of nutrients needed for acres of crops and can determine crop yields...

Autonomous robots enter fields to collect precise soil samples, help farmers improve yields, reduce environmental impact, save money

‘Google of microbes’ could provide digital data from bacteria to solve world problems in health, crops

September 10, 2019

It may be an unsettling thought for some – but the human body is home to trillions of “good and bad” bacteria, viruses and other tiny organisms called microbes. But the scientific big data communities recognize the value of good microbes because they show promise in curing diseases and improving crop yields.

‘Google of microbes’ could provide digital data from bacteria to solve world problems in health, crops

Artificial Intelligence and Freedom: Could the Barefoot Lawyer Have Escaped in 2019

September 10, 2019

Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese civil rights activist and self-taught lawyer, will share his insights about the negative impact of artificial intelligence technologies on human rights during a Giant Leaps Series event Sept. 17 at Purdue University.

Artificial Intelligence and Freedom: Could the Barefoot Lawyer Have Escaped in 2019

Big data approach to cancer is focus of new Purdue partnership

September 9, 2019

Improving the use of biostatistics, predictive modeling and data science in cancer research is the focus of a new partnership between Purdue University and the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research.

Big data approach to cancer is focus of new Purdue partnership

Data science Educational Ecosystem to benefit from latest round of funded projects

August 26, 2019

Five proposals have been selected for the second round of funding in the Education Ecosystem sector of Purdue's Integrative Data Science Initiative.

Data science Educational Ecosystem to benefit from latest round of funded projects

Purdue ChE to host 2019 Data Science Symposium on Sept. 6

August 26, 2019

The 2019 Data Science in Chemical Engineering Symposium will be held on September 6 at Purdue University in the Forney Hall of Chemical Engineering Henson Atrium. During this event, symposium attendees will gain a broad understanding of data science and the importance of its application to chemical engineering, how the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering is integrating data science in its curriculum, and how students can get involved in this important field.

Purdue ChE to host 2019 Data Science Symposium on Sept. 6

Purdue Team Wins Best Student Paper Award at National Research Computing Conference

August 26, 2019

A team of students who deployed an intrusion detection system on Purdue’s research network was awarded the Best Student Paper in the “Facilitation of Advanced Research Computing” track at the recent Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC) conference.

Purdue Team Wins Best Student Paper Award at National Research Computing Conference

Indiana launches first-of-its-kind 5G Zone to advance innovation and related technologies

August 26, 2019

Indiana will launch a new 5G hub to drive the testing and development of 5G-enabled technologies and assist businesses and innovators by propelling research and development with faster speeds, lower data latency and increased reliability.

Indiana launches first-of-its-kind 5G Zone to advance innovation and related technologies

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