informatics

Models for Enabling Continuous Reconfigurability of Secure Missions, a five-year, $23.2 million cooperative agreement, will form a collaborative research alliance consisting of Indiana University, Penn State, Carnegie Mellon University, University of California Davis, University of California Riverside, and the Army Research Laboratory. The aim of the alliance is to create a science to detect and […]

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New research from Indiana University has found that machine learning — the same computer science discipline that helped create voice recognition systems, self-driving cars and credit card fraud detection systems — can drastically improve both the cost and quality of health care in the United States. Using an artificial intelligence framework combining Markov Decision Processes […]

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What to do with that dreaded pop-up warning, “Secure Connection Failed. The certificate is not trusted”? Continue, view the security certificate or, tempting fate, add an exception and press forward? An Indiana University Bloomington professor in the School of Informatics and Computing is helping make such decisions easier. L. Jean Camp, whose research and work […]

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Researchers at Indiana University Bloomington’s School of Informatics are part of an international team taking on the DARPA Robotics Challenge, a $2 million contest funded by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop robots that can execute complex tasks in dangerous, degraded, human-engineered environments. The contest was inspired by the “Fukushima 50,” the […]

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In mid-June, the news media were abuzz with stories about the Human Microbiome Project, an ambitious project spearheaded by the U.S. government’s National Institutes of Health to map the normal microbial make-up of healthy humans. Among the 200 researchers at nearly 80 universities and institutions contributing to the project’s release of new data was a […]

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