Researchers in UF’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, along with collaborators from UF/IFAS, are developing AI systems for the purpose of“for the purpose of more accurately measuring ecosystem services and how they are impacted by various land management practices.
CBL Congratulates Year 4 Project Principal Investigators
We congratulate the PIs whose projects have been chosen for funding by the Industrial Advisory Board.
NSF CBL IAB Spring Virtual Meeting
Details for the Spring meeting will be posted here once the date is set. Registration Not Yet Available
CBL Announces Change in Leadership
The NSF Center for Big Learning is happy to announce the appointment of Dr. Dapeng Oliver Wu as center director and Dr. Joel Harley as deputy director.
ONE GIANT LEAP FOR AI AT UF
UF announces $70 million artificial intelligence partnership with NVIDIA that will catapult UF’s research strength to address some of the world’s most formidable challenges, create unprecedented access to AI training and tools for underrepresented communities, and build momentum for transforming… Read More
CBL Stands with President Fuchs
CBL stands with President Fuchs, Dean Frierson of the Graduate School, Dean Abernathy of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, and the rest of the Gator community in condemning the senseless acts of violence and injustice that are weighing so heavily on… Read More
Coming June 25th; NSF CBL IAB Spring Virtual Meeting
On June 25, the NSF CBL Center will hold its 2020 Spring IAB Meeting hosted by UMKC via Zoom. Please register as soon as possible using the link below. The event is open to non-CBL members, pending approval and… Read More
NSF CBL Semiannual IAB Meeting (Fall 2019)
Gainesville, FL October 16-18 On October 16 to 18, the NSF CBL Center will hold its 2019 Fall Meeting at UF’s Emerson Alumni Hall, Room 401. Register by Monday September 30 using one of the two options listed on the… Read More
NSF CBL Semiannual IAB Meeting (Spring 2020)
On May 30 and 31, the NSF CBL Center will hold its 2019 Spring Meeting in Kansas City. Register by Friday May 24.
Predicting the Clinical Impact of Human Mutation with Deep Neural Networks
Joint work of University of Florida, Illumina, Stanford, Harvard, and TTI. Laksshman Sundaram*, Hong Gao, Samskruthi Padigepati*, Jeremy McRae, Yanjun Li*, Jack Kosmicki, Nondas Fritzilas, Jörg Hakenberg, Anindita Dutta, John Shon, Jinbo Xu, Serafim Batzoglou, Xiaolin Li, Kyle Farh, Predicting the… Read More