Oct 5, 2020
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Cal Poly philosophy Professor Ryan Jenkins and University of Florida professor Duncan Purves have released a 30-page report, “Artificial Intelligence Ethics and Predictive Policing: A Roadmap for Research,” funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation.
Oct 2, 2020
SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cal Poly is working to develop research and training programs at the intersection of cybersecurity technology and ethics — and increase collaborations with leading firms and agencies in the fields — to address the challenge of access to technology and build the university’s reputation as a leader in cybersecurity research and training.
Oct 1, 2020
“The recital, which is part of Cal Poly’s Mustang Family Week, is a fun opportunity for our faculty to collaborate and to demonstrate the breadth of talent across our teaching studios,” said recital coordinator Christopher J. Woodruff. “There will be a live Q&A session with faculty immediately following the recital.”
Sep 30, 2020
SAN LUIS OBISPO — A group of Cal Poly faculty members is aiming to create the Cal Poly Institute for Community Health Training and Research to work with community partners in mobilizing a social movement to improve community health and promote health equity in California and beyond.
Sep 24, 2020
White-crowned sparrows’ songs in the Bay Area were softer but led to better communication during the early days of the pandemic.
SAN LUIS OBISPO — When the roads emptied of traffic in March and April because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bay Area residents reported hearing more birds. They were halfway right.
Sep 22, 2020
SAN LUIS OBISPO — A group of Cal Poly faculty members has established The Center for Applied Study of Place-based Indigeneity, Race and Ethnicity (ASPIRE) to further understand the cultural and demographic landscape of Cal Poly and the Central Coast, provide research-based support for historically underrepresented communities on the Central Coast, and support Cal Poly’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts through sustained positive impacts on the surrounding communities.
Cal Poly’s New College of Engineering Lab to Transform Lives Through Community-Focused Engineering and Computing
Sep 22, 2020
TECHE Lab Will Encourage Faculty, Students to Tackle Societal Challenges
SAN LUIS OBISPO — Leveraging Cal Poly’s unique Learn by Doing approach to have a wide impact, a new center created by the College of Engineering will pair students and faculty on engineering-driven projects that address challenges that people face in today’s world — from the individual to the societal — using engineering and computing expertise to improve the human experience.
Sep 17, 2020
Thayara Almeida of Santa Cruz will receive a $6,000 scholarship
SAN LUIS OBISPO — A Cal Poly civil engineering student from Santa Cruz has received the 2020 California State University Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement — CSU’s highest award for students.
Cal Poly’s California Cybersecurity Institute to Host Virtual Space & Cybersecurity Symposium October 5-8
Sep 15, 2020
Top state, federal and military leaders in the space and cybersecurity industry to address latest strategies for securing
commercial and space assets from state and non-state cyber opponents
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Cal Poly will host leaders from academia, government and commercial agencies during an Oct. 5-8 virtual symposium to discuss the latest strategies to protect U.S. commercial and government space assets from cyber adversaries.
Cal Poly Research Project Could Help Warn Beachgoers of Sharks in the Water Using Drones and Artificial Intelligence
Sep 10, 2020
Interdisciplinary team of students is developing computer algorithms to review video footage
and alert lifeguards to the presence of sharks — to protect people and sharks
SAN LUIS OBISPO — A Cal Poly research project that combines drone surveillance and artificial intelligence could one day help lifeguards warn beachgoers about sharks in the water.