Data and Decisions
Fall 2021 Problem Day: Critical AI Growth Considerations
Wednesday, November 10
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
The main topics of discussion for the morning are Ethics in AI, Regulating AI, and Confidence in AI.
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Data and Decisions Request for Concepts
The three proposals selected (below) include collaborations with faculty from the University library’s and five of the colleges within Virginia tech: Liberal Arts and Human Science, Science, Engineering, Business, and Veterinary Medicine.
Developing a Novel Dataset of Hazard Narratives, for Injury Prevention, through analysis of Online Reviews of Mobility-Related Products for Older Adults Alan Abrahams (Department of Business) with Laura Sands (Department of Human Development and Family Science)
Investor Sentiment, Market Frictions, and Short Selling Alec Smith (Economics) with Brad Paye (Finance)
A Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithm to Accelerate Late-Stage Functionalization: Validation and Improving Drug Leads Utilizing SARS-CoV-2 Mpro as a Target Anne M. Brown (Research and Informatics, University Libraries) with Sanket Deshmukh (Chemical Engineering), Andrew Lowell (Chemistry), and James Weger-Lucarelli (Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology)
Data and Decisions News
Article ItemChris Shean defines what it means to be a Hokie , article Date: Oct 18, 2021
VTNews: Using big data to optimize the Washington, D.C., transit system
Brian Mayer, a research associate in the Discovery Analytics Center, partners with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to use big data to help the Metro run more efficiently.
February 25, 2020