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Originally published on Higher Ground by College of Arts & Sciences In 1968, Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke introduced […]


On May 5 and 6, the Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development is hosting a series of NatSecTech roundtables […]


UT joins the AI Education Project in a historic push to provide artificial intelligence instruction to every K-12 student in America.


The Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development has announced the availability of up to $1 million in seed funding […]


Lynne Parker spoke about the relevance of artificial intelligence in society during a radio interview with Hallerin Hilton Hill.


UT had a record-setting year for research expenditures—topping $318 million for fiscal year 2022—leading to extraordinary research productivity and impact.


Lynne Parker, the new associate vice chancellor and director of the AI Tennessee Initiative, shares her insights on the future of artificial intelligence.


The Office of Research, Innovation, and Economic Development (ORIED) is hosting SPARKS: Artificial Intelligence on Wednesday, February 2 from 2–5 […]


Once the subject of futuristic science fiction novels, artificial intelligence (AI) is currently becoming a larger part of daily activities. […]


UT Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Lynne Parker played a key role in a White House initiative announced […]