In the Media

Selected news media mentions of our departmental activities.

10/24/19
The Financial Times quotes David Doermann, director of UB’s Artificial Intelligence Institute and an Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, in an article titled, "Can you believe your eyes? How deepfakes are coming for politics."
10/3/19
Homeland Preparedness News mentioned that UB was among the research centers for recently awarded Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) contract applications of AI. 
9/30/19
Z6 Mag reported on EarEcho, a device that uses biometric authorization via the ear canal to unlock electronic devices. It is being developed by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
9/26/19
CISOMAG, a publication for Chief Information Security Officers, reports on EarEcho, developed by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor of computer science and engineering.
9/26/19
WBFO and WIVB  report on a new driverless vehicle under development at UB — a regular Lincoln MKZ that engineering researchers have transformed into a full-fledged autonomous car.
9/23/19
Digital Trends reported on UB research led by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, which developed the EarEcho, a biometric tool that uses sound waves transmitted through modified wireless earbuds to identify smartphone users via the unique geometry of their ear canal.
9/20/19
The Week reported on UB research led by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, which developed the EarEcho, a biometric tool that uses sound waves transmitted through modified wireless earbuds to identify smartphone users via the unique geometry of their ear canal.
9/20/19
Futurity reported on UB research led by Zhanpeng Jin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, which developed the EarEcho, a biometric tool that uses sound waves transmitted through modified wireless earbuds to identify smartphone users via the unique geometry of their ear canal.