From ChatGPT to voice activated speakers and virtual assistants, AI-powered products have become ubiquitous and highly sought after. However, the effect AI is having on society as a whole has raised some very real concerns that the recent release of… Read More
The Florida Institute for National Security (FINS) is proud to announce that it recently joined forces with Domino Data Labs (DDL). The FINS-DDL partnership will accelerate FINS’s engagement in government and federally sponsored research initiatives that advance FINS’s Artificial Intelligence… Read More
If a tree falls in the forest, it may be a sign of something more drastic affecting the greater environment. By synthesizing Data Science and Biological approaches, however, UF is helping to combat climate change and better manage national forests.… Read More
“Congratulations to the University of Florida and NVIDIA for their announcement today of a transformational partnership to create higher education’s most powerful AI supercomputer and develop a workforce training program that will jumpstart the next generation of discovery and innovation.… Read More
FINS emerges in support of UF’s AI Initiative to make AI the centerpiece of a major, long-term push to synthesizes world-class research infrastructure, cutting-edge research, and a transformational approach to curriculum. FINS extends this mission to the development of deployable applied AI in support of the most challenging and pressing national security issues, such as transportation, economy, infrastructure, supply chain, ecological and climate threats, and economic and other threats from other nations.
“Florida is often ground zero regarding several national security matters. Thus, FINS is well situated as the state’s flagship educational institution to partner with the critical national security assets found across the state.”
“Intellectual property infringement accounts for multiple billion dollars each year. But more importantly, this is a national security threat.”
University of Florida researcher Damon Woodard is using artificial intelligence methods to develop algorithms that can detect deepfakes — images, text, video and audio that purports to be real but isn’t.