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Autonomous vehicles that ‘talk’ to each other

Autonomous vehicles that ‘talk’ to each other

While autonomous vehicle technology has advanced significantly over the last decade, one persistent problem remains: perception. Like human drivers, autonomous vehicles can only react to the information they collect. But one UNT researcher believes he can make data collection and processing more efficient and robust.

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UNT-led team collaborates with NASA on Advanced Air Mobility project

UNT-led team collaborates with NASA on Advanced Air Mobility project

A UNT-led team of academic and industry experts is working together to ensure safe skies for drones and other low-flying traffic over cities in the U.S.

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AI students work to predict spread of COVID-19 in global challenge

AI students work to predict spread of COVID-19 in global challenge

A class project turned into much more as 30 teams of University of North Texas students compete internationally to create the most accurate model of the spread of COVID-19.

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Drone traffic management taking off at UNT

Drone traffic management taking off at UNT

Kamesh Namuduri, professor of electrical engineering, is part of a NASA project focused on research toward safely and effectively managing drone traffic in urban areas.

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Texas’ only master of science in artificial intelligence

Texas’ only master of science in artificial intelligence

In order to meet the increasing demand for AI professionals, UNT is offering the only Master of Science degree in artificial intelligence in Texas and one of only a few programs nationwide. The new degree offers students the choice of three concentrations: machine learning, autonomous systems and biomedical engineering.

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