Archived articles

Artificial intelligence

Lyme selfies
Published Spring 2021
Researchers look to AI to detect Lyme disease earlier / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Commentary
The future of electron microscopy
Published March 2, 2021
Engineer Mitra Taheri and team publish roadmap to harness data science and artificial intelligence for electron microscopy, unlocking tool's full power
Prosthetics
Quadriplegic patient uses brain signals to feed himself with two advanced prosthetic arms
Published Dec 28, 2020
System merging artificial intelligence, robotics, and a brain-machine interface represents major step toward restoring function and autonomy for patients without the full use of their limbs
Can AI catch up to us?
Published Winter 2020
Johns Hopkins neuroscientist Daeyeol Lee's new book explores the definition of true intelligence / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Artificial intelligence
'Spooky' similarity in how brains, computers see
Published Oct 23, 2020
Characteristics of human 3D vision discovered in computer vision network only designed to 'view' in 2D
Q+A
What is intelligence?
Published Oct 5, 2020
Neuroeconomist Daeyeol Lee discusses his new book and the development of artificial intelligence, asking 'Will AI ever surpass human intelligence?'
Q+A
Map tracks drive-through testing sites
Published April 29, 2020
Big data and AI expert Jim Kyung-Soo Liew spearheads effort conducted by software engineers and student volunteers from the Carey Business School
Interdisciplinary scholar
AI pioneer named Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
Published April 3, 2020
Rama Chellapa's work in computer vision, pattern recognition, and machine learning has a range of applications—including medicine
Plays well with humans
Published Winter 2019
In the not-too-distant future, robots might assist us at home, school, hospitals, and workplaces. Roboticists and ethicists want to ensure they do so effectively, and help rather than hurt—even if it's just our feelings. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Artificial intelligence
Algorithm improves clarity of partial MRI scans
Published Dec 12, 2019
Puyang Wang, doctoral degree candidate in electrical and computer engineering, was among winners at recent fastMRI competition hosted by Facebook AI