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Science & Technology | May 29, 2023

How AI Can Advance, Harm Transportation Equity

As artificial intelligence technology gains prominence, new ways to deploy it could help or hamper progress toward equity in city transportation. AI could make transportation more accessible, affordable and safe, said Kofi Nyarko, electrical and computer engineering professor at Morgan State University.

| May 17, 2023

School of Engineering Dean Delivers Commencement Address to Missouri S&T Ph.D. Graduates

Dr. Oscar Barton, professor and dean of the Morgan State University Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. School of Engineering, delivered the commencement addresses during Missouri University of Science and Technology’s (S&T) graduation ceremony for Ph.D. students, held Friday, May 12, on campus in the Gale Bullman Building in Rolla, Missouri.

Science & Technology | May 17, 2023

AI Industry Leaders Warn of Dangers if Congress Does Not Regulate Emerging Technology

Artificial intelligence industry leaders testified on Capitol Hill calling on Congress to regulate the emerging technology. They warn of significant harm to the world if Washington does not set standards. For CBS Mornings Congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane speaks with the Education Affiliate Researcher Gabriella Waters of the Center for Equitable Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Systems (CEAMLS). [Part 2]

Science & Technology | May 16, 2023

Congress Holds Hearing on Artificial Intelligence

As part of CBS Evening News coverage of the Senate hearing on artificial intelligence, reporter Scott MacFarlane speaks with the director of the Center for Equitable Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Systems (CEAMLS). [Part 1]

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