Technology Archive

Aaron Nelson, SUNY New Paltz – Additive Manufacturing and COVID-19

Additive manufacturing can come in handy during a crisis. Aaron Nelson, assistant professor of art at

Heather Houser, University of Texas at Austin – Infowhelm

Listening to the news can be overwhelming at times. Heather Houser, associate professor of English at

Amir Behzadan, Texas A&M University – Artificial Intelligence Helping Communities in Floods

Floods are devastating to communities, but help could be on the way. Amir H. Behzadan, associate

Falk Huettmann, University of Alaska Fairbanks – Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and machine learning can teach us about the future. Falk Huettmann, associate professor of

David Rivers, Loyola University Maryland – Insects and Crime Scenes

On Loyola University Maryland Week: Are insects hindering crime scene investigations? David Rivers, professor of biology,

Gina Baleria, Sonoma State University – Digital Literacy

Digital literacy skills suddenly have become very important to learning. Gina Baleria, assistant professor in the

Jack Labriola, Kennesaw State University – Taking Control of Autonomous Vehicles

On Kennesaw State University Week:  Driverless cars are already on our roads, whether we realize it

Robert Seamans, New York University – The Impact of A.I. on the Human Workforce

On New York University Week:  Will future artificial intelligence help or harm the human workforce? Robert

Jena McCollum, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs – 3D Printing From Concrete to Rockets

On University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Week: 3D printing still faces many hurdles. Jena McCollum, assistant

Elizabeth Daniels, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs – Do Media and Body Image Create an Early Exit for Middle School Girls?

On University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Week:  Does body image create an early exit for middle