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CERAWeek 2024

  • March 11, 2024
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Next week, leaders in the Institute for Assured Autonomy and across Johns Hopkins will present and participate in CERAWeek 2024 in...

Small drone, big solutions: Pushing the boundaries of uncrewed aerial vehicles

  • March 5, 2024
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Small uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAV) are increasingly used for pick-and-place tasks like delivering packages, managing warehouses, and carrying out agricultural duties,...

IAA leads Johns Hopkins’ participation in new U.S. Dept. of Commerce consortium dedicated to AI safety

  • February 13, 2024
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Johns Hopkins University is joining more than 200 artificial intelligence stakeholders in a new U.S. Department of Commerce initiative to develop...

IAA’s Alex Marder receives $5M Phase II NSF Convergence Accelerator Grant

  • December 5, 2023
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Supported by a $5 million Convergence Accelerator grant from the National Science Foundation, a Johns Hopkins researcher is working to make...

Tenure-track Faculty Position Focused on Assurance and Autonomy in Space

  • November 10, 2023
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Space systems have been slow to adopt artificial intelligence, for good reason: the expense and challenge associated with space missions demands...

AI image generators can be tricked into making NSFW content

  • November 3, 2023
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A new test of popular AI image generators shows that while they’re supposed to make only G-rated pictures, they can be...