UTA researchers use artificial intelligence to enhance cognitive skills in young children

IMAGE: Fillia Makedon, UTA professor of Computer Science and Engineering, received a $1.27 million National Science Foundation grant for a project that will use an advanced computational approach to help experts… view more Credit: UT Arlington University of Texas at Arlington researchers are using an advanced computational approach or artificial intelligence to help experts assess learning difficulties in children very early in their lives. Professor Fillia Makedon and Associate Professor Vassilis Athitsos, both in the College of Engineering’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering, received $1.27 million of a total $2.7 million National Science Foundation grant for the project. Yale University will receive the remainder of the grant. This large, highly competitive NSF grant is awarded because of its huge potential impact in understanding and learning how to enhance the cognitive…


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