Computer Science Professor Bruce Draper said AI is an empowering tool that people can use to expand their skills, gain knowledge and be more productive – but it’s also a threat to the way we are used to doing things.
Colorado State University scientists and educators are working to develop “trustworthy” AI to solve grand challenges and train the next generation on how to use this powerful tool to benefit society.
The new CIOSU will work to advance University efforts toward strengthening the economic, environmental, cultural and social foundations of the state’s local and regional food systems.
Case studies focus on Baltimore, Bears Ears Natural Monument, the Klamath River watershed in the Pacific Northwest and Pembroke Township in northeastern Illinois.
Colorado State University is one of 14 universities from around the globe that have collectively been awarded $12.5 million by the National Science Foundation to launch a new Biology Integration Institute called EMERGE.