Clemson University researchers are bringing together two of the computing world’s most in-demand fields-- cybersecurity and artificial intelligence to help protect internet users from a wide range of threats.
Researchers have developed a way of detecting malware attacks against cameras and other internet-connected devices that don’t have enough memory for anti-virus software and other usual means of protection.
Researchers said they will create a “digital lifecycle platform” augmented with artificial intelligence as part of a project aimed at helping speed up development of new 3D-printed components for next-generation vehicles and other vital military equipment.
New technology could control an unusual property of light, making it possible to channel through fog, murky water and thermal turbulence, potentially leading to new ways of communicating and gathering data.
A new, $18-million center will give Clemson University engineers a chance to work across disciplines to help shape the future of mobility in partnership with the U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center.
Bill Paseman figures he has about two years to find therapies for his rare, untreatable kidney cancer. His best hope could be a group of Clemson University students and faculty and the artificial intelligence they have created.
With $4 million in funding from the National Science Foundation, a new project called A2 proposes to build on the success of Clemson University’s Center for Aviation and Automotive Technological Education using Virtual E-Schools (CA2VES).