Air quality tracker for Chicago to roll out city-wide.
From the Twilight Zone and Star Trek to George Orwell’s 1984, artists have been helping us imagine artificial intelligence (AI) for decades. Now, technology has caught up to what artists have been dreaming up, and AI is already transforming the way we live, work, and play.
NAISE is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Dunn to its team as Director of Research/Science effective February 1, 2017. Concurrent with this position, Jennifer will also hold the appointment of Research Associate Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering…
New urban-scale smart city technology acts as a fitness tracker for livability
For high-performance computing’s next wave, today’s humble operating system will have to assume new roles in synchronizing and coordinating tasks. Argo: OS for exascale
William Miller presents his mini-sabbatical research: to instrument, monitor, and model ecosystem services provided by the Indian Boundary Prairies (IBP; high-quality remnant prairies owned by The Nature Conservancy and Northeastern Illinois University) in Markham, IL.
Pete Beckman explains to Matt Bubala how these machines will measure such data as air quality, pedestrian traffic and more in Chicago.
Argonne Senior Computer Scientist Robert Ross has been appointed interim director of the Mathematics and Computer Science (MCS) Division.
Argonne Distinguished Fellows represent only three percent of research staff at the facility, making the award the highest scientific and engineering rank at the laboratory. The new fellows are recognized internationally for their work and show the type of leadership that impacts Argonne’s future and its mission.
NAISE Co-Director Pete Beckman highlights the Array of Things Project sensor platform for the Chicago Tribune