Computer Science
  • Article
  • Dec 1 2023

Researcher Yang Xiao, Ph.D., and his team are tackling a long-standing privacy challenge faced by many people who use cell phones — mobile tracking and automatic voice calls, commonly known as robocalls.

  • Podcast
  • Nov 16 2023

In this “UK at the Half,” a University of Kentucky professor helps unlock ancient secrets — putting the university in the national and international spotlight.

  • Video
  • Oct 13 2023

Brent Seales, computer science professor at the UK, (in partnership with EduceLab, the Library of the Institut de France and founders of the Vesuvius Challenge), presented a monumental breakthrough: for the first time in more than 2,000 years, text has been read from part of the still-closed Herculaneum scrolls.

  • Video
  • Aug 24 2023

Restoring an ancient library from the ashes of Mount Vesuvius is now closer to reality. To highlight the progress, this is the first in a four-video series featuring Brent Seales, UK Alumni Professor in the Department of Computer Science and his Digital Restoration Initiative team.

  • Article
  • Apr 26 2023

University of Kentucky faculty member John Nash dives into artificial intelligence’s utility in learning and its impact on the future of education.

  • Article
  • Mar 21 2023

The computer science professor is leading a global competition to read the charred scrolls after demonstrating that an artificial intelligence program can successfully extract letters and symbols from X-ray images from unrolled papyri too fragile to unroll.

  • Article
  • Feb 20 2023

Destin George Bell graduated from UK in 2020 with a degree in marketing from the Gatton College of Business and Economics. He’s now the CEO and co-founder of the smartphone app, a gamified app turning any outdoor movement into a social competition.

  • Article
  • Nov 7 2022

Facilitators will use virtual reality to create a safe, compassionate environment for teens to share with one another and receive peer support.

  • Article
  • Sep 19 2022

The NSF-funded FABRIC project has completed Phase 1 in its work to establish a groundbreaking network testbed cyberinfrastructure to reimagine the way large amounts of data are generated, stored, analyzed and transmitted across the world.

  • Video
  • Jul 26 2022

His NSF CAREER award will provide Schoop with $500,000 over five years to conduct research using artificial intelligence (AI) and high-speed microscopy to understand the impact of machining on material failure — like those responsible for plane crashes.