Good Systems researchers from the Department of Mathematics and the Cockrell School of Engineering have developed an algorithm that will improve Austin-Travis County EMS ambulance response by 88 seconds.
When emergency crews are responding to floods, seconds matter. Now, a team of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin is developing an app that helps first responders assess the severity of floods instantly from their smartphones.
S. Craig Watkins, professor in the Moody College of Communications, shares guiding strategies and principles for approaching AI and its role in society, specifically on how to use AI technology to solve health, humanitarian, and accessibility issues while keeping transparency, equity, and ethics at the forefront.
University of Texas at Austin researchers are partnering with the City of Austin to bring more transportation options to Georgian Acres, a neighborhood in Northeast Austin considered a “transit desert.”
UT Austin researchers are designing a new "mobility hub" for the Georgian Acres neighborhood, near Interstate 35 and East Rundberg Lane. The project, a collaboration with the Austin Transportation Department and nonprofit Jail to Jobs, received a $1 million grant to help its efforts.
A $1 million grant will help the University of Texas at Austin, Austin Transportation Department and local nonprofit Jail to Jobs build and evaluate a community mobility hub to address community-identified challenges in north Austin's Georgian Acres neighborhood.