Inaugural Levine Career Development Professor Named

Research by ENG’s Kulis makes it easier to analyze Big Data An expert in computer visualization applications, Brian Kulis, an ENG assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is the first Peter J. Levine Career Development Professor, awarded to rising junior faculty. Photo by Cydney Scott To Brian Kulis, advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence bring with them the opportunity to mesh theory with real-world applications, like driverless cars and computers that can describe aloud the objects in front of them. “You want computers to be able to recognize what they are seeing in images and video,” says Kulis, a College of Engineering assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. “For instance, can it recognize all the objects in a picture? Or a more difficult problem would be, can…


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