Engineering
Artificial intelligence is a growing presence in our lives and has great potential for good — but people working with AI systems may have low trust in them. One ASU research team is testing a tool that could help government and industry identify and develop trustworthy AI technology.
Mikala Kass
February 06, 2023
Whether exploring the interiors of planets, running the longest ecological study of a desert city, tracking virus variants of the COVID-19 pandemic, or helping people and robots work as a team, ASU has become home to leading scientists and research projects that are making an impact on our local and global communities.
December 16, 2022
A seismic shift in advanced technology is on the way. The Quantum Collaborative is Arizona State University’s answer to this upheaval, uniting quantum technology research efforts and developing a prepared workforce.
Pete Zrioka
November 01, 2022
Two ASU entrepreneurs are taking their computer vision technology to the streets. Through their startup, Argos Vision, the pair are developing smart traffic cameras that can passively capture, analyze and deliver droves of data to help cities improve road safety and efficiency.
Pete Zrioka
July 18, 2022
Exploring the solar system and beyond will require robots to assist humans — and go where we cannot. Researchers at a new ASU testbed are helping people, robots and artificial intelligence collaborate more safely and effectively.
Lori K. Baker; videos by Alexander D. Chapin, Jason Drees and Shreyas Krishna Raja
April 18, 2022