The American Family Funding Initiative, an internal funding competition at UW–Madison, offers up to $150K to stimulate and support cutting-edge research in the rapidly growing field of data science.
On November 29, the UW-Madison community gathered in the Discovery Building for the inaugural generative AI prompt battle at an American university. MadPrompts, hosted by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the Data Science Institute, featured an electrifying competition where contestants used text prompts to create AI-generated images.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is accepting applications for an Outreach Specialist position at the Data Science Institute to support the Open Source Program Office.
The UW-Madison Research Bazaar seeks submissions for lightning talks, posters, interactive discussions, workshops, and an art meets science exhibit for our 5th annual event, February 7-8 at the Discovery Building.
The Data Science Institute is hiring a Research Software Engineer. This position involves working with research teams and algorithm developers to leverage GPUs for scientific computing applications.
Dr. Michele Ceriotti, Associate Professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, will speak on campus Thursday, October 5, 4-5 pm. His talk will address ways that physical-chemical ideas can be integrated into a machine-learning framework.
UW-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) and Data Science Institute (DSI) are hosting an all-day symposium on AI in Imaging and Medicine: Breaking Silos, Building Bridges on Friday, October 6 at the Carson Gulley Center.
In a public lecture at the Discovery Building’s DeLuca Forum on September 14, 3 p.m., Dr. Bender will provide an overview of how language models work, discuss risks associated with them, and explore what must hold for an appropriate use case for text synthesis.
The OSPO will grow a culture of open research and provide support for open practices both on the UW-Madison campus and within the Madison area. This is an exciting opportunity to shape the OSPO and lay the groundwork for a unique campus organization that directly benefits society.
The UW–Madison Data Science Institute will establish an Open Source Program Office (OSPO) on campus, in partnership with Madison College, the Data Science Hub, the UW–Madison Libraries and UW–Madison Extension. This new office will accelerate the translation of academic research to society by providing opportunities to learn about, develop and share open-source software, hardware, data, models and more.