Signs of COVID-19 often show up in chest X-rays. Researchers at UChicago and Argonne are hoping to develop AI tools that use these medical images to diagnose, monitor and help plan treatment for COVID-19 patients.
Argonne, Oak Ridge, and Berkeley national laboratories hosted four AI for Science town halls attended by more than a thousand scientists and engineers. Following the town halls, an AI for Science Report was compiled.
Simulations and edge computing could help to tame some of the complexities of cities and make them more livable places for all, says Charles Catlett, director of the Urban Center for Computation and Data at the University of Chicago.
Argonne is developing and applying AI technologies to enable the end-to-end control of large scientific instrumentation and facilities that will help address some of the most important scientific challenges facing the nation.