The University of Florida's AI minute is a weekly one-minute broadcast featuring research developments in artificial intelligence at the University of Florida, as well as explanations of AI terminology. The AI minute is sponsored by the AI2 Center (Artificial Intelligence Academic Initiative Center) in production with WUFT-FM, an NPR member radio station owned by the University of Florida.
July 17 and July 19, 2023
We are hearing a lot about artificial intelligence in today’s news. What exactly does the term mean?
July 25 and July 27, 2023
UF researchers are using artificial intelligence to provide earlier predictions of harmful algal blooms that can impact vacations, close fisheries and harm wildlife.
August 2 and August 4, 2023
AI is cropping up in the agricultural industry. Learn how artificial intelligence may help us feed the world’s growing population quicker and better.
August 7 and August 9, 2023
The University of Florida recognizes the importance of ethics in artificial intelligence and is putting it foremost in its education of students and research initiatives.
August 23 and August 25, 2023
UF physician scientists are using artificial intelligence to help improve hospital patient safety and outcomes.
August 28 and August 31, 2023
UF physician scientists are using artificial intelligence to predict Alzheimer's disease before symptoms appear.
September 4 and September 6, 2023
UF researchers are training robots for construction.
September 25 and September 27, 2023
How AI can enhance airport preparedness strategies