Researchers at RIT are sharing their work amongst the world’s top artificial intelligence experts this week at NeurIPS 2018, the premier AI conference. The RIT team designed and implemented an algorithm that allows AI to analyze high-dimensional data sets more efficiently.
RIT’s Supplemental Instruction program offers free sessions for students in historically difficult classes to study with other students outside of the classroom. The program recently became the first in the state to be certified by the International Center for Supplemental Instruction.
There is a growing group of RIT researchers working in a field broadly known as artificial intelligence, or AI. They are building increasingly complex algorithms—the rules that govern operating systems—so that machines can perform tasks that normally require human intelligence.
RIT’s MAGIC Spell Studios opened the doors to its new home this fall, inviting students, faculty and industry professionals to experience a digital media development and publishing learning laboratory never before seen in the Northeast.