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Rory Lewis JD PhD

Associate Professor, Dept. of Computer Science

Engineering Building, Room 188
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80918, 719.255.3149
Email rlewis5@uccs.edu :: Website https://www.rorylewis.com
GitHub https://github.com/innertron :: Google Scholar https://scholar.google.com


Prof. Lewis is the Program Director: Masters of Computer Science. He is the recipient of Outstanding Achievement: Teacher of the Year. College Of Engr, Computer Science. He is the recipient of Outstanding Achievement: Inventor of the Year CU. University of Colorado, for his work in computational neurosciences. He is also the recipient of the “Innovations in Scholarship for Inclusiveness.

Prof. Lewis is the director of Machine Learning for the neuroICU ward at University of Colorado Hospital at Anschutz Medical School. Prof. Lewis has Secret Clearance and is the Senior Scientist at the United States Airforce NM2 laboratories developing artificial intelligence for i) Intelligence Surveillance & Recconnaissance (ISR), and ii) swarms of unmanned drones at the Pentagon in Washington DC and 10th Division Special Forces. His research lies broadly in creating machine learning that predict events in time-variant signal analysis in neurosciences and other complex systems. Prof. Lewis currently focuses on bringing machine reasoning and machine consciousness into computationlal neuroscience and military humanoids. [CV]

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