In: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

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Johns Hopkins researchers make the case for social media standards on suicide

Johns Hopkins researchers call for the establishment of guidelines that prescribe how modern social media platforms should share pro-social, life-saving education and remove harmful content.

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Putting trust to the test

Hopkins researchers unveil new uncertainty quantification methods in an effort to promote appropriate trust in AI use.

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Malone faculty win DELTA Award

Their winning proposal will receive up to $75,000 to help innovate learning through technology.

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Synthetic data for AI outperform real data in robot-assisted surgery

While artificial intelligence continues to transform healthcare, the tech has an Achilles heel: training AI systems to perform specific tasks requires...

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Malone researchers present AI Labeling of Brain Activity at International Symposium on Visual Computing

Malone researchers presented a paper titled “Deep Labeling of fMRI Brain Networks Using Cloud Based Processing” at the 17th International Symposium on...

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Johns Hopkins researchers receive Retina Society grant

The research team has received funding from the Retina Society to automate the early detection of sickle cell retinopathy.