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Jordan Boyd-Graber and Neha Srikanth are part of a multidisciplinary UMD team funded by NIH to design and test a reliable and trustworthy chatbot that can answer questions about maternal and newborn health.
QuICS researchers have constructed a new mathematical shortcut—called continuous variable quantum state design—that expands tools to a new realm where quantum measurements can yield an infinite number of values.
Using EEG recordings and large language models, Ramani Duraiswami is co-PI on a DURIP-supported project to decode imagined speech—the unspoken words or phrases in our minds.
Nirupam Roy and Irtaza Shahid are deigning a cryptographic QR code-based system that can show if content has been edited from its original form.
Passionate about plants, UMIACS coordinator Elizabeth Hontz is sharing her love of gardening with others by joining the University of Maryland Extension Master Gardener Program.
Yuxin Wang studies quantum noise with the goal of bridging abstract and theory to make quantum machines both powerful and useful.
The professor of computer science and director of TRAILS talked to Roadmap magazine on the future of AI systems and how they can be used to help people.
The international tech publication covered research by Soheil Feizi and his graduate students that shows how easy it is to elicit harmful content from large language models.
Daniel Gottesman is providing expert advice to an international startup building a fault-tolerant quantum computer.

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