Lynne Parker, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at UT, was named Deputy US Chief Technology Officer within the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Michela Taufer is chairing the SC19 Supercomputing conference and Lynne Parker is one of the invited guest speakers for the event.
Michela Taufer, Dongarra Professor, interviewed Lynn Parker about what it’s like working on the White House AI initiative as part of the HPCwire’s SC19.
Lynne Parker has a leading role in the nation’s new Artificial Intelligence Directive as part of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Lynne Parker, professor, was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science becoming the 32nd UT faculty member to be so honored.
Lynne Parker will be stepping down as Interim Dean and taking on a new role with the White House while Mark Dean will be stepping in in her place.
Lynne Parker, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, has been named the Interim Dean of the Tickle College of Engineering.
The concept of artificial intelligence and automated machinery dates back at least as far as Greek mythology and has more […]
Lynne Parker, a professor in the Min H. Kao Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Division Director for […]