Tennessee Tech wins awards, presents research at Florida AI conference


Tennessee Tech’s Department of Computer Science collected awards and presented research papers at the 36th International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society conference.

Tech participants included computer science professors Doug Talbert and William (Bill) Eberle, master’s candidate Mateo Gannod and undergraduate students Kate Phillips, Matthew Beech and Ethan Owens.

“FLAIRS is a great conference for introducing students to AI research,” Talbert said.

Phillips received the Best Student Paper Award for her research paper titled “The Complexity/Accuracy Tradeoff and Group Bias in Machine Learning-Based Trauma Triage Models,” which she presented at the conference.

Eberle received the Douglas D. Dankel II Award for his leadership and support of FLAIRS since 2008.

Gannod presented his paper, “Semantic Segmentation with Multispectral Satellite Images of Waterfowl Habitat.”

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