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Artificial intelligence
Educators should embrace AI and ChatGPT, JHU experts say
Published Sept 26, 2023
Panelists discuss the pros and cons of using generative chatbots in the classroom, express optimism that AI can enhance learning
Artificial intelligence
Unleashing the digital Michelangelo
Published July 12, 2023
Johns Hopkins and NVIDIA researchers teamed up to pioneer Neuralangelo, a revolutionary 3D reconstruction algorithm with applications in virtual reality, autonomous systems, and more
The case for more screen time
Published Summer 2023
A pair of recent studies looks at how social isolation affects older adults / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Scientists complete first map of an insect brain
Published March 9, 2023
Researchers from Hopkins and Cambridge map the brain of a baby fruit fly, a landmark achievement that brings scientists closer to true understanding of the mechanism of thought
Artificial Intelligence
Where is ChatGPT taking us? And do we want to follow?
Published Feb 9, 2023
Johns Hopkins computer scientist Daniel Khashabi discusses the pros and cons of the revolutionary natural-language processing tool—and predicts where it may head in the future
Lyme selfies
Published Spring 2021
Researchers look to AI to detect Lyme disease earlier / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Democracy Dialogues
Big tech, China, and the new age of activism
Published April 19, 2019
Zeynep Tufekci and Alec Ross discuss the complex intersection of technology and democracy at event hosted by SNF Agora Institute
Typing with your mind?
Published April 19, 2017
JHU's Applied Physics Lab works with Facebook on technology that could allow users to type using only their thoughts
Sound's future
Published Winter 2016
Thomas Dolby's memoir explores the future of music's creation and use / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Medhacks hackathon
Big ideas, little sleep
Published Oct 6, 2015 Photos
Students spend weekend tackling medical challenges at first-ever MedHacks hackathon