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A CARTA team is developing a computer program demonstrating how to capture fake news using Chios and a set of experimental results to show the effectiveness of blockchain in tracking suspect posts.

Real-time analytics research at the cutting edge of the smart data revolution

By joining the National Science Foundation Center for Accelerated Real Time Analytics (NSF CARTA), the University of Miami has opened the door to deeper levels of academic and industry collaboration. Projects at NSF UM CARTA include the areas of machine learning and artificial intelligence, marketing and business, smart cities, smart homes, health devices and applications, affective control induced by music, and others.

NSF UM CARTA aims to build an ecosystem for real-time analytics research in South Florida through research, education, and training. It offers, to both graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Miami, an opportunity to participate in state-of-the-art research that defines the future.


CARTA’s contribution to the Brain Investigators Collaborative International Initiative could include collaboration on prosthetics, medical data, and paralysis.
CARTA is working on an AI-based program that is able to diagnose lung cancer from radiographic images, which can assist radiologists in making the proper diagnosis.

CARTA projects are is using blockchain to determine the origin of suspected fake news articles, secure medical devices, study supply distribution, and secure digital transactions.