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NSF Announces New Funding Opportunities Worth $200 Million in Artificial Intelligence Research, AI-Powered Innovation

The National Science Foundation recently announced the creation of a new program that will advance research in Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will also accelerate the development of transformational, AI-powered innovation by allowing researchers to focus on larger-scale, longer-term research. The National Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes program anticipates approximately $120 million in grants next year to […]

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Supporting the Research Interests of School of Business Term Faculty by Rich Klimoski, Professor, Management and Psychology; Director, Faculty Research

The School of Business currently enrolls more than 5,000 students in business education. To meet this demand, it currently employs 120 full-time faculty. This academic year approximately half of this number have been recruited and hired as Term faculty. As such, their primary responsibility is to teach, promote learning and the professional development of our […]

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Scaling Local Government Cybersecurity – Written by Marissa Da Silva on September 26th, 2019

Scaling Local Government Cybersecurity – Written by Marissa Da Silva on September 26th, 2019 With the increasing reliance upon information technology, cybersecurity is strategic imperative for communities across the United States. Unfortunately, many cities don’t have sufficient budgets or expertise when it comes to addressing the cybersecurity challenge. Jean-Pierre (J.P) Auffret, director, research partnerships, School […]

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14th Annual IAC Conference, “Driving Digital Government Transformation by Innovative Technologies,” to be Held in Taiwan on September 25 -27, 2019, hosted by Taiwan National Development Council, Taiwan E-Governance Research Center and the International Academy of CIO

The International Academy of CIO (IAC) announces the topic of “Driving Digital Government Transformation by Innovative Technologies,” for the 14th Annual IAC Conference to be held on September 25 -27, 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan, hosted by Taiwan National Development Council and Taiwan E-Governance Research Center. The conference’s speakers will include Dr. Mei-ling Chen, Minister, National […]

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Office of Research Computing, School of Business High Performance Computing Workshop and Furthering School of Business Research with the Argo Cluster

Many School of Business faculty are undertaking research with very large data sets and / or highly computation intensive applications. For these, desktop computers are often not practical. The Mason Office of Research can provide support and computing capability to assist. The Office hosts the Mason high performance computing cluster – Argo; provides grid computing […]

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