Prof. Alex Dimakis and his collaborators have investigated a potential threat to text-comprehension AIs. “When we deploy these AIs and we have no idea what they’re really doing, I think it’s a little scary,” Dimakis says.
The study was led by Shijia Wei, a Ph.D. candidate in the Cockrell School’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; his adviser, assistant professor Mohit Tiwari; and colleagues, professor Michael Orshansky and associate professor Andreas Gerstlauer.
Texas ECE hosted the Spring Awards Banquet on Monday, May 6, 2019 to honor the achievements of students and recognize the contributions of faculty during the 2018-2019 academic year. Texas ECE alumnus Eric Feng gave the keynote address.
Christine Julien and Edison Thomaz are part of a team creating an app game that will focus on increasing exercise and weight monitoring in heart failure patients.
Texas ECE graduate student, Amritesh Rai, was awarded the IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Individual Achievement Award at the 2019 IEEE Region 5 Annual Conference & Business Meeting held earlier
Lucas Holt, a UT postdoctoral researcher who worked on the project, said if incorporated into current implantable defibrillators, this new technology would allow them to be more accurate by measuring both blood flow and electrical activity from the heart.
Dr. Alex Huang and his colleagues Drs. Surya Santoso and Hao Zhu of Texas ECE are part of the Solar Critical Infrastructure Energization (SOLACE) System project led by EPRI.