In a WKBW-TV story about the TikTok app and its use by online predators despite its image as a child-friendly platform, Oliver Kennedy, associate professor of computer science and engineering, advised parents to be vigilant about what their children are downloading.
An article on FedTech about how to spot deepfakes references testimony that David Doermann, director of the UB Artificial Intelligence Institute and Empire Innovation Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, provided during a U.S. House of Representatives committee meeting last summer.
A story on Chess.com about Latvian-Czech chess player Igors Rausis, who was stripped of his GM title after a rulilng from the FIDE Ethics Commission, mentions Ken Regan, an associate professor of computer science and engineering.
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."
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.