Information Security and Artificial Intelligence news
A Purdue University–affiliated company using artificial intelligence to improve health care delivery has received a $500,000 investment from Purdue Research Foundation’s Foundry Investment Fund to help it advance medical technology.
Several major bridges have collapsed worldwide in 2019, ranging from a pedestrian bridge in Miami, killing six people, to a towering arch bridge in Taiwan dumping a truck onto boats below.
3D manufacturing technology from a Purdue University-affiliated company may soon play an even bigger part in helping the Department of Defense manage its digital assets to protect the United States.
Purdue University will build a new $40 million facility dedicated to data science, designed to help the university meet its goal to be a national and global leader in the field of data science research and education for all students.
Computers are gradually thinking like humans thanks to the development of artificial intelligence networks capable of learning on their own, called “deep learning.” These networks can already recognize images and play chess, for example.
Pilots have flight simulators, soldiers have firing ranges, and now cybersecurity professionals have an opportunity to test their own skills in a cyber range -- a hyper-realistic, immersive simulated environment with the support of Purdue University's world-leading cybersecurity faculty and professionals.