Yale experts explain ChatGPT

ChatGPT, the AI bot that drew over 1 million users soon after its launch, has taken the world of AI and education by storm.

#ScienceTwitter: STEM professors discuss challenges of Twitter’s changing climate

Recent management changes at Twitter have the scientific community questioning the platform’s moderation and the future of the community of scientists on Twitter.

What AI art means for society, according to Yale experts

Will AI art elevate human creativity? Will AI be a tool or a replacement for artists? Is AI art, art? Yale experts weigh in.

NASA’s Artemis I mission launches to go to the moon

Artemis I is the first in a series of missions to bring humans back to the moon, and eventually to Mars.

How Bulldog Repbox is changing workout methods

What began as a Yale class project now has the potential to improve athletes’ workout regimens.

Yale-led team develops machine learning tool for personalized hypertension treatment

Yale researchers developed a machine learning tool that may guide personalized antihypertensive management

Yale-led team develops shape-shifting turtle robot

A group of researchers led by Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio have developed an amphibious robotic turtle that can adapt to disparate environments.

Amoriem Labs develops interactive and Yale-based video games

The undergraduate game development club is currently working on two new games.

Yale Professors create new drug that could combat prostate cancer

A Yale chemist and oncologist collaborated to create a new treatment for prostate cancer that tags specific proteins within the cancerous cells, making it easier for the body’s natural mechanisms to identify and destroy them.

New bioscience center opens downtown

Biotechnology development and innovation are taking place in New Haven with a focus on developing novel treatments for cancer patients.

Yale professors confront racial bias in computer graphics

Whose stories get to be told? Yale professors address the racial bias ingrained in the algorithms that depict humans in computer graphics.