Ocean acidification is a phenomenon that results from increasing anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions on land. As carbon dioxide is absorbed, a series of chemical reactions causes an increase in acidity. This leads to many detrimental effects on marine organisms reverberate up the food chain. One reason ocean acidification remains a grand challenge is because of how difficult it is to communicate to a general population. We prepared a lesson for a local APES class regarding ocean acidification hoping to influence young minds to become interested in this challenge. Our group also made an infographic to communicate ocean acidification in a simple way while conveying there is a potential solution.
In our project, we sought out to improve the design of the physical computer hardware so it can be able to more efficiently run Artificial Intelligence. Building the Next AI-Ready Computer Poster
A DeepFake is a digitally altered face intended to mimic another person. This technology is advancing rapidly, with the amount of DeepFakes increasing by 84% in 2019. Traditional detection methods that observe artifact and pixel inconsistencies fail to keep up. To combat this issue, our team developed a DeepFake detection software that: analyzes facial data