More than 180 students, faculty and staff participated in Clemson University’s recent conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and teaching. “Teaching in the Age of AI,” addressed practices to help students effectively and ethically use AI in their learning journeys. Executive […]
The Office of Teaching and Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI) has announced details on an upcoming conference centering on AI (Artificial Intelligence) and teaching. Mitch Shue, professor of practice and executive director of Clemson’s AI Research Institute for Science and Engineering (AIRISE), will […]
Part of what makes the new AIM for Composites Center at Clemson University stand out is the coast-to-coast multidisciplinary team that is coming together to develop what promises to be a transformational way of creating composite materials. While the center […]
Feng Luo, the Marvin J. Pinson, Jr. ’46 Distinguished Professor in Clemson’s School of Computing, helped develop an algorithm used in the project’s latest advance, which was reported in the journal Nature.
The Clemson Composites Center is leading a new study that could help manufacturers save time and money while reducing their environmental impact– a project that adds to the center’s fast-growing portfolio of industry-guided automotive and advanced manufacturing research.
One of Clemson University’s highest academic honors is going to Feng Luo, a professor in the School of Computing and founder and director of the Clemson Artificial Intelligence Research Institute for Science and Engineering (AIRISE). Luo has been appointed to […]
Clemson University launches the new Clemson Artificial Intelligence Research Institute for Science and Engineering, or AIRISE.