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News and Events at the UCF Complex Adaptive Systems Laboratory

UCF Launches New Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Initiative

UCF launched its new Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Initiative today and charged engineering and computer science Assistant Professor Ivan Garibay with leading the effort. The initiative is the result of a blue ribbon panel on data science, which began its work in 2018. The 23-member panel, composed of UCF experts and industry representatives, met…
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Inverse Generative Social Science Workshop

Ivan Garibay (UCF), Joshua M. Epstein (NYU/SFI), Matt Koehler (MITRE), David Slater (MITRE), Bill Rand (NCSU), Robert Axtell (GMU/SFI) hosted the Inverse Generative Social Science Workshop in Washington, D.C.  
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National Academy of Inventors, 2019

Our very own Ramya Akula was invited as UCF representative to participate in the National Academy of Inventors 2019 @ Houston, Tx Ramya Akula: ” It is truly inspirational to interact with wonderful and successful inventors like Ellen Ochoa, NASA Astronaut that completed 1000 hrs in space and entered the Hall of Fame and Maria Oden, director of…
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Women in Data Science (WiDS)

The University of Central Florida’s Master of Science in Data Analytics Program is pleased to host this year’s program. Join experts from UCF, Stanford University and Industry to learn more about how data science is reshaping healthcare, economics, marketing and more. Leaders will share their insights, talk about the future and discuss how women are making a big impact in the…
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CASL at Southern Data Science Conference

The Complex Adaptive Systems Laboratory is partnering with the Southern Data Science Conference that will be held in Orlando on October 18th, as well as co-hosting the Data Science Summit: Smart Cities of the Future to be held the following day on campus at UCF. Visit the Southern Data Science Conference and Data Science Summit:…
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CASL Researcher On The News

Paper, published last year by three researchers at the University of Central Florida, about the Eurovision Song Contest, the 63rd of which began in Lisbon on May 8th. News article in the Economist featuring CASL research.
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