UA scientists’ proposal advances in National Science Foundation’s idea competition

Three University of Arizona professors are looking to change the way people do science. Their approach? Using artificial intelligence to analyze large …

“Geoscience is inherently multidisciplinary, so it is even more difficult for us to keep up with the relevant data and discoveries,” said Carrapa, who also serves as the department head of geosciences at the UA. “Several geosciences findings also have impact on other fields such as biology and ecology. Therefore, to be able to truly understand the potential impact of our science on other fields we need to be able to look beyond single expertises. AI can help with this and find potential connections, which otherwise we would miss because of the shear volume of available information that humans are incapable of processing.”

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