05/17/2024 - Researchers are using corrupted data to help generative AI models avoid the misuse of images under copyright. Powerful new artificial intelligence models sometimes, quite famously, get things wrong — whether hallucinating false information or memorizing others’ work and offering it up as their own. To address the latter, researchers led by a team at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a framework to train AI models on images corrupted beyond recognition.  Read more
05/16/2024 - Guide-dog users and trainers can provide insight into features that make robotic helpers useful in the real world. Read more
05/06/2024 - Music has always had the power to stir our emotions, from the exhilaration of a fast-paced rock anthem to the melancholy of a soulful ballad. But, could the music we listen to also affect how we make decisions, especially in our interactions with robots? This intriguing question lies at the heart of a study conducted by UT Austin Assistant Professor Elad Liebman and Professor Peter Stone.  Read more
04/19/2024 - UT Computer Science is at the forefront of robotics innovation, aiming to propel the field forward. Highlighted in a recent article by KXAN, experts like Dr. Peter Stone and Justin Hart showcased their work, including advancements in generative AI, which is integral to tasks ranging from domestic chores to humanoid robot soccer, a part of the RoboCup Federation's ambitious goal of a robot team winning the World Cup by 2050. Read more
03/14/2024 - Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have developed innovative tools, including an AI system and glowing biosensors, to engineer microbes for the large-scale production of galantamine, a crucial medication for Alzheimer's and dementia. This breakthrough method promises a reliable, cost-effective supply unaffected by factors like weather or crop yields. Read more
02/01/2024 - Picture two rigid metal pieces tangled together. What steps would you take to untangle them? The most straightforward approach involves twisting each wire to line up the gaps and then pulling one through the other. The design of wire puzzles becomes more complex, like the ones below. Read more
01/25/2024 - The University of Texas at Austin is creating one of the most powerful artificial intelligence hubs in the academic world to lead in research and offer world-class AI infrastructure to a wide range of partners. Read more
11/08/2023 - In mathematical optimization, a new approach is emerging, promising to transform how we tackle intricate challenges across various domains. Consider the complexity of bilevel optimization, a problem that has confounded experts in machine learning, engineering, and other fields. Recent advances are providing new insights into this intricate landscape, presenting a streamlined technique that has the potential to significantly enhance our ability to navigate these complex problems.  Read more
11/02/2023 - Smriti Singh spends a lot of time on social media. But, not in the way most students do.  Read more
09/27/2023 - The work of researchers from The University of Texas at Austin’s Department of Computer Science in crash consistency has yielded a breakthrough innovation—the Chipmunk system. At its core, Chipmunk zeroes in on a crucial mission—meticulously testing file systems to identify and tackle crash consistency bugs that can significantly impact data integrity and system reliability. The UT Austin team has produced a promising solution that could pave the way for a new era in data storage and stability. Read more


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