In 2020, assistant professor of geography Bo Zhao led a study about the manipulation of geospatial data with artificial intelligence. The study called for “critical geospatial data literacy” to not only detect falsified data early but to also understand its multifaceted impacts.
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A team of researchers at the UW created a telehealth monitoring tool that can measure your pulse and respiration rate from an 18-second video of your face. The personalized system, MetaPhys, can be accessed using your mobile device or computer’s camera — accessibility that is ideal during th…
After a nearly yearlong study, UW researchers recently published their findings on public habits surrounding online discourse, as well as ways to mitigate some interpersonal damage.
A new test developed cooperatively between the UW School of Medicine and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center measures the quantity and condition of inactive human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV) in the genes of people living with HIV, further pushing research toward a potential cure.
Researchers from the UW and Carnegie Mellon University are engineering a unique medical device known as a “smart dura,” which acts as a high-resolution brain monitor that can directly stimulate and trigger reactions from the brain. This could provide researchers useful information as to how …
A team of physicists from the UW Precision Muon Physics Group has been part of a larger international effort to probe the boundaries of quantum physics. The first results of the Muon g-2 experiment, released earlier this month, revealed a discrepancy between the way a muon should behave in t…
Over the past few years, observers have noticed an irregularity among jellyfish on coasts across the Pacific and Atlantic. These jellyfish have been seen earlier than normal, and in larger quantities.
Resulting from inflammation of the sinuses, chronic rhinosinusitis is a common condition that is often characterized by runny noses and headaches. It also has various cognitive symptoms that substantially affect the patient’s quality of life, such as concentration difficulties.
Nathalie Thelemaque never thought her Ph.D. research would have anything to do with water.
A recent study is looking to be the first to detect polarized light reflected from exoplanets, planets outside of our solar system.
The Institute for Protein Design (IPD) at the UW announced March 31 a $5 million grant from Microsoft to collaborate on applying artificial intelligence to protein design.
Natural language processing technology that can model and predict language patterns has tangible environmental costs and can perpetuate language bias, according to the recent paper “On the Dangers of Stochastic Parrots: Can Language Models Be Too Big? 🦜”
Researchers from the UW School of Medicine started studying at-home deliveries of HIV medicine in South Africa in October 2019.
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