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Combining empathy with more-inclusive patient data could help eliminate widening health disparities, said statistician and author Talithia Williams.
Professor and Dean of Graduate Education shared her expertise with Tech Brew about watermarking to safeguard against increasingly convincing AI deepfakes.
Addressing the needs of people drives Ayah Basmeh's work as an electrical engineer and future graduate student in innovation and management.
True to the spirit of engineering, students say finding the best academic fit is experimental and sometimes unconventional.
Tufts School of Engineering celebrates EWeek from February 15-23 with events, networking opportunities, and more!
Join the School of Engineering and Tisch College for a special lecture with statistician, big data expert, award-winning professor and co-host of the PBS NOVA series NOVA Wonders, Dr. Talithia Williams!
This electrical engineering major is looking for better ways to turn light into electricity
Professor and Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta spoke with Tech Target about the role of artificial intelligence in assistive technology.
Three projects involving School of Engineering faculty members received Tufts Springboard Awards for their innovative research.