Scientists can speed up simulations of complex systems by using compression algorithms running on AI hardware.
A new cybersecurity tool checks for weaknesses in the intermediary software components that act on internet traffic.
Artificial intelligence has enormous potential to augment our understanding and enjoyment of sport. Work toward this goal requires the dedication and vision of avid fans.
Professor Elhoseiny elected as a Senior Member of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
KAUST Assistant Professor of Computer Science Mohamed H. Elhoseiny has been elected as a senior member of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). Elhoseiny was recognized for his longstanding contributions to the field of artificial intelligence and long-term membership in the AAAI.
A neural network that can learn its own learning algorithm opens the door to self-improving artificial intelligence.
Using artificial intelligence for scientific research across a number of disciplines has led to a new startup based on a powerful online tool, where users automatically generate their own machine-learning models.
An inexpensive piece of hardware integrated with solar panel controllers can protect isolated power networks from cyberattacks.
Illuminating the twisting pathway to efficient wireless communications based on light.
KAUST Ph.D. students from the KAUST Secure Next Generation Resilient Systems (SENTRY) Lab recently won the CSAW Cybersecurity Games & Conference’s (CSAW'22) "Hack My Robot Challenge (HMR)."
New book Decision Trees with Hypotheses by Mohammad Azad, Igor Chikalov, Shahid Hussain, Mikhail Moshkov, and Beata Zielosko has been published online.
Smart windows that can polarize sunlight could offer a low energy alternative to Wi-Fi.
A global weather prediction model built by KAUST researchers has been nominated for the Gordon Bell Prize for outstanding achievements in high-performance computing.
KAUST Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Eric Feron received two best paper awards at this year’s 41st American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)/Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC 2022).
A boy from Thuwal, who remembers vividly the construction of KAUST and how it influenced the local people, is now a student at CEMSE. This is his story and how his story made history.
CEMSE statisticians developed a framework which enables modeling of a range of meteorological and environmental datasets from up to 2 million locations globally.