Where did it all go wrong? Instead of achieving success, many new AI adopters are tripping into common pitfalls that derail the technology's benefits. University of St. Thomas data analytics professor, Dr. Manjeet Rege, weighs in the seven reasons why organization's current AI strategy is failing to deliver its expected results.
Many industries are pushing back on the governor's restrictions, saying their businesses are safe and they have the numbers to prove it, but some of those numbers may not be accurate.
In this FOX9 interview, Dr. Manjeet Rege, a data analytics professor at the University of St. Thomas, says while intentions are good, it’s misleading to present the numbers at these establishments as a percentage of total positive cases, making the impact look much smaller than it probably is.
Dr. Deb Besser, chair of civil engineering and director of the Center for Engineering Education, was recently named a 2020 Engineering Unleashed Fellow – one of only 29 people across the nation.
Dr. Manjeet Rege, professor of data science and artificial intelligence for the University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Software, encourages us to be skeptical of election polling results in this KARE11 interview.
Dr Manjeet Rege, University of St. Thomas Software and Data Science Professor, shares his insight on the role Artificial Intelligence (AI) can play in Healthcare.
University of St. Thomas professor Dr. Manjeet Rege joins WCCO's Cory Hepola to talk about how companies around the world are using artificial intelligence to help with social distancing and fight against COVID-19.
St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Software students Himanshu Gamit and Jacob Noble were named the winners of the annual SAS Global Forum Student Symposium competition.
Chronicle.com asked a panel of faculty to give their advice and comments on how they are handling the switch to online teaching during the corona virus crisis. St. Thomas professor Dr. Manjeet Rege is one of ten professors to share advice in this two minute interview.
AnnMarie Thomas, Mechanical Engineering Professor and founder and director of the Playful Learning Lab was awarded the 2020 Lego Prize of the Year.
Dr. Manjeet Rege, Associate Professor for the University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Software shares his insights on the value of a graduate degree in tech and how students can build their career and networks during graduate school.
Now officially operational, the St. Thomas Center for Microgrid Research is one of just a handful of premier research and educational facilities of its kind in North America. It will be available for research and partnership with companies and schools across the country.
Sara Sargent '17 describes her work as a researcher on autonomous vehicle technologies and her personal student journey as a St. Thomas mechanical engineering transfer student.
A study conducted by an international team of 14 scientists from 11 institutes across the world, including School of Engineering professor John Abraham, confirm that the world's oceans were the warmest in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history.
PBS's television program "SciGirls" premiered its newest episode after months of collaboration between St. Thomas' Playful Learning Lab and St. Paul's Metro Deaf School.
Dr. Manjeet Rege is a St. Thomas faculty member, author, mentor, AI expert, thought leader and a frequent public speaker on big data, machine learning and AI technologies. The Newsroom caught up with him to ask about the launch of the Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence in response to a growing need to educate ethically around AI.
Facial recognition technology helps police catch suspect in attack on elderly man.
Collaborations between St. Thomas Professor Manjeet Rege and student Souleymane Kone led to securing a two-year, $2 million grant from the Millennium Challenge Corporation to bring data science to the Ivory Coast.
This article highlights the amazing work that St. Thomas mechanical engineering professor Dr. Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman does to inspire women (and men) to pursue careers in STEM.
Savannah Johnson, a junior at the University of St. Thomas majoring in mechanical engineering and a cadet in Air Force ROTC Detachment 410, has been selected for three prestigious national-level awards.
Meet Carol Mikhael '19, a St. Thomas electrical engineering major. Mikhael has been able to do research on renewable energy and the environment, topics she’s passionate about. A recipient of an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power & Energy Society Scholarship, her current internship at Xcel Energy gives her a “big grid view” of the issues surrounding renewable energy.
A team of five St. Thomas Engineering seniors traveled over 6,000 miles to spend their summer 2018 in Amman, Jordan where they worked with a women's cooperative group to create a device that will help generate economic growth for refugee women.
St. Thomas School of Engineering associate dean, Dr. Bhabani Misra and professors Dr. Manjeet Rege and Dr. Ramesh Rajagopalan discuss Internet of Things (IoT) and how this big, big thing has taken center stage in every day life, research and education.
Charles Capron, a St. Thomas School of Engineering Electrical Engineering student, won $15,000 in the Fowler Business Concept Challenge for FLOdapt - a novel oxygen delivery system.
Lucas Manke' 20, a St. Thomas mechanical engineering student, is one of four Tommies recently named a University Innovation Fellow. His team is working on a number of projects to help increase innovation across the disciplines at St. Thomas.
"SciGirls," a long-standing PBS KIDS TV series, is doing an episode for its 2019 season on the Code and Chords project and its empowering of young girls. The episode will focus on three high school students' summer journey of learning with Emily Meuer '18 as mentor.
AnnMarie Thomas, Ph.D., a professor of engineering in the School of Engineering and associate professor of entrepreneurship in the Opus College of Business Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, is the 2018 Professor of the Year.
We Are Tommies: What if there were an implantable device that would capture energy from the beating of a heart to run a device such as a pacemaker? Thanks to the innovation and research of St. Thomas students Austin Lorch ’18, Amanda Tenhoff ’18 and Milad Audi ’19, and engineering faculty member Dr. Tom Secord, St. Thomas is on the doorstep of providing the world with that possibility.
(Originally published in St. Thomas Newsroom, May 21, 2017) "The right-brain thinking skills and an understanding of people and societies fostered by a liberal arts education amplify students’ creativity, curiosity and adaptability, which are the essential ingredients of innovation."
Dr. Anne Marie Thomas is not your typical engineering professor. Founder and director of the Playful Learning Lab, Dr. Thomas is famous for Squishy Circuits and much more.
Learn the history of the fall and rise of the St. Thomas School of Engineering.
University of St. Thomas School of Engineering December 2016 graduates built an autonomous snow plow that competed in the International Autonomous Snow Plow Competition held at the St. Paul Winter Carnival this past weekend.
Engineering student, Tony Kuplic played in only eight games for the St. Thomas soccer team and didn't even take a shot. That he's scored five goals in four postseason games has stunned everyone, including Kuplic.
The University of St. Thomas School of Engineering will begin work this summer on a facility that will be used for teaching as well as researching and testing components used for alternative-energy microgrids.
PK-12 STEM Teachers can Take Free Engineering-Education Courses Thanks to $100,000 From Google. Google is sponsoring full tuition for the full-credit courses taught this spring and summer by the university’s engineering and education professors.
As enrollment in graduate programs in data science and big data booms, Dr. Brad Rubin has been charged with leading efforts in recruiting and visibility of the University of St. Thomas Center of Excellence for Big Data.
Professors and engineers from 14 states, Italy and the Netherlands will gather at the University of St. Thomas Thursday, Oct. 6,-Saturday, Oct. 8, for “A Culture of Ethics: Engineering for Human Dignity and the Common Good,” a conference on how engineers can integrate their technical work with their religious beliefs, cultural heritage and social responsibilities.
Breadfruit -- an abundant and highly nutritious food source -- may become a superfood of the future. Learn how breadfruit advocates like engineering professor Dr. Camille George are helping to feed thousands in Haiti.
UST won the 2015 Eureka! Award through the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal in the category of Education for the innovative Squishy Circuits created in the Playful Learning Labs at UST's School of Engineering.
A passion for teaching and an engineering program that emphasizes collaboration between faculty and undergraduates drew professors Dr. Shepard and Dr. Wentz to UST's School of Engineering.
A team of three University of St. Thomas School of Engineering students has been selected to attend a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University March 6-8 at the University of Miami.
Four School of Engineering students were among the 18 teams of young engineers-in-training that competed for the right to call themselves world champion drone builders...
Dr. Fred Zimmerman, professor emeritus of engineering at the University of St. Thomas, received a Lifetime Achievement Award on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the Minnesota Business magazine’s Minnesota Manufacturing Awards program in Minneapolis.
The University of St. Thomas School of Engineering has formed the Center for Optimized Autonomy and Control (C4OA&C)...where students can build operational systems, deploy them on focused use cases and engage responsibly with community efforts (both locally and globally) to create technology solutions for the common good.
Dr. AnnMarie Thomas joined the St. Thomas faculty in 2006; she directs the School of Engineering’s Playful Learning Lab, co-directs the St. Thomas Center for Engineering Education, and teaches courses on machine design, engineering graphics, the design of both toys and products for an aging population, and a seminar on brain-machine interfaces. “The strength of St. Thomas is that we celebrate the design, create and ‘make’ part of engineering,” said Thomas, who also is the founding executive director of the Maker Education Initiative, where she worked to establish the national Maker Corps program.
Learn how Hadoop began, why it is important, what is Schema on read, what is Hive, types of data Hadoop analyzes, real-world examples, and opinions about whether it is obsolete or morphing.
St. Thomas Receives $1.5 Million From Xcel Energy’s Renewable Development Fund to Build Microgrid Research and Testing Center
The University of St. Thomas has received a $1.5 million grant from the Xcel Energy Renewable Development Fund to build a Microgrid Research and Testing Center. In addition to serving as a research and educational resource, an additional goal of the center is to support and encourage companies that develop renewable and alternative sources of electric power.
This year St. Thomas’ School of Engineering’s STEPS camp celebrated the enrollment of its 3,000 camper since it first hosted the free science and engineering camp for girls 14 years ago. It also celebrated another milestone: its first Tekne Award.