Stevens Is All In on AI
Stevens Institute of Technology is exploring the leading frontiers of AI-powered technologies and applications that can help make our lives safer, healthier, more sustainable and more enjoyable.
Key Partners in AI
Stevens collaborates with a wide range of partners in industry, government and academic in AI research — including these:
AI for Stroke, Diabetes Care: Ph.D. Student Louis Gomez
Doctoral candidate Louis Gomez works alongside award-winning Stevens computer scientist Samantha Kleinberg to develop AI-based systems that can monitor and predict blood-glucose levels of diabetic patients and assess the consciousness of stroke patients.
Creating ‘Beneficial AI’ for Societal Good
The Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence is part of a comprehensive, university-wide effort to assemble talented interdisciplinary faculty leveraging the new tools of AI to address a wide range of global challenges.
Research: The Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence (SIAI)
More than 100 Stevens faculty, across all four of the university’s schools, collaborate via Stevens’ AI research center.
Leadership: SIAI Director Brendan Englot
SIAI’s director is an expert in robotic (both on land and underwater) as well as the promise of AI-powered technologies.
Engagement: Ongoing Stevens TechPulse Survey on Americans and AI
SIAI’s work is informed by the university’s flagship series of AI surveys probing American’s attitudes toward AI.