Science & Technology

Stories

Student-developed AI chatbot opens Yale philosopher’s works to all

April 16, 2024

LuFlot Bot, a generative AI chatbot trained on the works of Yale philosopher Luciano Floridi, answers questions on the ethics of digital technology.

AI-based tool uncovers hidden signatures of aortic stenosis

April 11, 2024

A deep learning model built by Yale investigators analyzes video of cardiac ultrasound to identify those who might experience thickening of the aortic valve.

Shaping the future of artificial intelligence

April 10, 2024

Long before ChatGPT became a household name, Yale Law faculty were immersed in learning about legal pathways to regulating AI and harnessing its potential.

Key to harnessing light waves? First do the math

April 9, 2024

A new, Yale-developed mathematical model to predict thermal energy transfer could help improve energy-harvesting technologies and impact optics and photonics.

Yale Insights Collection: Are you ready for AI?

April 9, 2024

In a series of articles from the Yale School of Management, faculty and alumni discuss the potential of the technology to both advance and disrupt our society.

Sun spot: Hundreds watch the solar eclipse at Yale’s observatory

April 8, 2024

Monday’s eclipse-viewing event at Yale’s Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium was a celebration of science, springtime, and sociability.

AI and Democracy: Yale conference sparks collaboration and innovation

April 8, 2024

Participants, including leaders from Google, Facebook, and Open AI, explored how to regulate and govern with this rapidly evolving technology.

Meet the FAS faculty: Juan Lora

April 8, 2024

Researchers like Juan Lora are shooting for the moon — Saturn’s moon to be precise.

Astronomers find a tiny star system with a tantalizing story to tell

April 5, 2024

If confirmed as a galaxy, the system would be the faintest galaxy ever discovered — and may suggest that many others remain to be discovered.

From Prospect Street to the ‘path of totality,’ Yalies have eclipse covered

April 4, 2024

Visitors to Yale’s Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium on Monday, April 8 will see the moon cover 91% of the sun (weather permitting).