In the news: Artificial intelligence backlash, China closing science gap, Doe Run interns, human genome editing
- Dr. Keng Siau, professor and chair of business and information technology, was interviewed for an article about public perception of artificial intelligence. Christopher Null wrote the article, “Dealing with AI Backlash: Trust can be hard to repair when AI goes wrong,” published in Workflow on ServiceNow.com.
- More than 10 U.S. newspapers published an article featuring the expertise of Dr. Alanna Krolikowski, “China Increasingly Challenges American Dominance of Science,” originally published in The Washington Post on June 3. Krolikowski is an assistant professor of history and political science. Her research in political science focuses on contemporary relations between China and the United States in high-technology sectors.
- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s June 19 article, “Mining and Metals Industries Growing Workforce,” noted interns who are currently working at the Doe Run Co. S&T student interns mentioned are: Brent Aubuchon, Katherine Bartels, Trevor Constance, Derek Hymer, Jackson Riley, Frank Schott, Hunter Strope and Gabriel Underwood.
- Matt Wacker’s weekly recap on cable channel Fidelity Local 6 highlighted Dr. Dave Westenberg’s public forum on editing the human genome, held June 19 on campus.