The Science Hub is a collaborative effort between UCLA and Amazon with the mission to address humanity’s pressing challenges by cross-pollinating academic and industry research that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence. Since the hub's inception in 2021, the program has funded 34 research projects and 36 doctoral fellowships. We welcome all UCLA faculty to take advantage of this great opportunity. CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALSTopics of Interest:Foundations of AI and Machine LearningFairness, Explainability and Accountability in AIAI for Robotics, Computer Vision, Speech and Natural Language ProcessingAI in Medicine and BiologyAI in Business, Law, Humanities and Art.AI in Automated ReasoningSelf-supervised learning/low resource tasksMultimodal Generative ModelsResponsible AI: large model alignment, security, privacy, attribution, copyrightAI in clinical and primary care settingsTrustworthy and responsible AI for healthcareAI for clinical discoveryAI for autonomous research in health (knowledge development for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment)Funding Amount:Each proposed project is limited to a budget of $100,000 in direct costs. Depending on the proposed scope of work and collaborators involved, projects may be selected for either gift funding or sponsored research funding. Eligibility:This call is open to all current active UCLA faculty across all disciplines. Proposal Submission:Submission deadline is March 15, 2024, 11:59pm PST. Please go to https://www.sciencehub.ucla.edu/funding-fifth-call/ for submission guidelines. QUESTIONS? Contact Professor Jens Palsberg, Director, Science Hub for Humanity and Artificial Intelligence
Anonymous - Biotechnology Solutions for Pest Control In Corn, Cotton & Soybean Plants - 2.19.2024
Deadline: February 19th 2024
A leading plant breeding and biotechnology company committed to advancing agricultural sustainability is seeking novel cutting-edge biotech solutions for the effective control of Anthonomus grandis in cotton and Lepidopteran pests, specifically Spodoptera frugiperda, in corn, cotton, and soy plants.