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Abhinav Bhatele and Tom Goldstein have won a competitive award from the U.S. Department of Energy that provides them access to some of the world’s most powerful computational platforms, which they will utilize to scale distributed AI training and develop new AI vision and language models. 
Hanan Samet (left) received an inaugural award from ACM's Special Interest Group on Spatial Information for his pioneering research and scholarship in spatial databases.
After several years of working within the University of System of Maryland, Carolyn Flowers returns to the institute as the new Associate Director of Research Administration.
A recent Ph.D. graduate takes stunning nighttime images as part of his journey into the world of astrophotography.
The two-day event helped to foster dialogue and advance a more diverse and inclusive community in AI and ML.
The Center for Medical Innovations in Extended Reality (MIXR) is seeking participation from private companies interested in developing XR hardware and tools to save lives and improve patient care.
Alexander “Sasha” Barg, an affiliate Fellow at the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS), was awarded a medal from IEEE for his contributions to quantum error correction.
Hal Daumé III discusses how generative AI will move away from general-purpose applications toward specializations that rely on massive amounts of data like weather and medicine.
A groundbreaking study on China’s latest censorship system conducted by Dave Levin and his students won first place in an applied research competition at a cybersecurity conference.

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