UTA In The News — Wednesday, January 31, 2024
Artificial intelligence and machine learning adaptations
Suvra Pal, associate professor of statistics, spoke with D Magazine about the adaptation of artificial intelligence and machine learning and how the technologies can be fostered in North Texas’ academic infrastructure.
Nasher Sculpture Center
August Davis, chair of the Department of Art and Art History, wrote on the new exhibit, Groundswell: Women of Land Art, at the Nasher Sculpture Center in The Architect’s Newspaper.
A new study by Linda Perrotti, professor and chair of the Department of Psychology, found that the female sex hormone estradiol is linked with increased susceptibility to cocaine addiction, Addition Professional and News Medical report.
Generative AI Concerns
Vistasp Karbhari, professor in the College of Engineering, wrote about the implications of generative AI for higher education and its potential to revolutionize access and equity of opportunity in Evolllution.