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A rendering of what urban airspace might look like in the future, with autonomous aircraft navigating around each other. (NASA)

GW Engineering Professor Leads Effort to Enhance Autonomous Aircraft Security

April 4, 2024

MAE associate professor Peng Wei is the lead PI of a three-year, multi-institutional project to research secure aircraft autonomy and train the next generation of aerospace engineers.

David Rubenstein giving the keynote presentation

Exploring AI's Advances and Trustworthiness at GW Business Forum

April 4, 2024

GW Today covered the various insights shared by speakers and panelists at the second annual business and policy and the launch of the GW Institute for Trustworthy AI Initiative.

AI app and textbook

Leading the Way to AI You Can Trust

April 2, 2024

The George Washington University announces new GW Trustworthy AI Initiative and partnership with Fortune 500 company SAIC.

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GW Introduces Public Interest Technology Scholars Program to Advance Civic-Minded Tech Conversations

March 8, 2024

Elliott School’s Susan Ariel Aaronson, CCAS’s Alexa Alice Joubin and SMPA’s David Karpf comprise the university’s inaugural PIT Scholars cohort.

Costis Toregas

Bolstering Artificial Intelligence Workforce Development

February 20, 2024

On January 17, Dr. Costis Toregas provided his thoughts on the challenges facing the U.S. in creating an AI-ready workforce and recommended strategies for addressing them in the future to a House Subcommittee.

Broniatowski Discusses AI Ethics and Regulations on Morning Wave in Busan

Introducing Meta's New AI Labels: Insights from Professor Broniatowski

February 7, 2024

Reporters at The Washington Post interviewed AI experts, such as EMSE professor David Broniatowski, to comment on Meta's new labeling system for AI-generated content.

Prof. Rebecca Hwa

Navigating the Evolution of Natural Language Processing: A Reflection by Rebecca Hwa

January 30, 2024

Rebecca Hwa, professor and department chair of computer science, reflects on her long-standing interest in natural language processing amidst the mainstream emergence of generative AI and LLMs.

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Harnessing AI for Global Development

GW Engineering PhD Student Publishes Op-Ed on Use of AI in Global Development
January 4, 2024

Haneen Al-Rashid, a Ph.D. student in Engineering Management and DTAIS Fellow, published an op-ed in Devex that explores the current and potential future uses of AI in the international development sector, focusing on its benefits and risks.

Panelists at Data Governance event

Addressing Gaps in Data Governance to Promote Trust in Generative AI

December 20, 2023

The GW co-led NIST-NSF Institute for Trustworthy AI in Law & Society helped bring AI experts to GW to identify gaps in data governance for large language models and suggest and discuss ideas to address them in December 2023.

 

 

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