The United States and China recognize artificial intelligence (AI) as critical to the future of the global economy and military. But the United States needs to speed up its development efforts and invest significantly more in research to remain the world leader, said George Mason University computer science professors Amarda Shehu and Craig Yu.
Professor Paul Ammann is one of the winners of the university-wide Mason Teaching Excellence Awards for 2019. The award will be presented to him at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence reception at the Center for the Arts on Monday April 15. You can read an interview with Professor Amman about his approach to teaching here.
Ph.D. students Lutful Kazi Kabir and Nasrin Akhter and professor Amarda Shehu receive Best Paper Award at BICOB 2019
Congratulations to PhD students Lutful Kazi Kabir and Nasrin Akhter and professor Amarda Shehu whose paper “Connecting Molecular Energy Landscape Analysis with Markov Model-based Analysis of Equilibrium Structural Dynamics” received the Best Paper Award at the 11th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BICOB) held in Honolulu, HI on March 18-20, 2019.