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Princeton to take part in new U.S.-Swedish initiative on artificial intelligence and sustainability .
Artificial intelligence in combination with sensor technology and robotics are likely to change the way we all perceive and respond to social and environmental changes. How can we ensure that applications of artificial intelligence help us address these urgent challenges? On Oct. 15, Princeton University joined representatives from U.S. and Swedish academia, Swedish government, Google, Ericsson, USAID, U.N. Development Programme and U.N.
Protecting smart machines from smart attacks .
Machines' ability to learn by processing data gleaned from sensors underlies automated vehicles, medical devices and a host of other emerging technologies. But that learning ability leaves systems vulnerable to hackers in unexpected ways, researchers at Princeton have found.
PEI awards $1.01 million in Water and the Environment Grand Challenge projects .
PEI has awarded $1.01 million as part of the Water and the Environment Grand Challenge program for projects ranging from the ecological impacts of extreme weather to a national “climate park” in the New Jersey Meadowlands to engineered nanoparticles that target groundwater pollutants.
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