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Yang developing training dataset labeling tool

Grant and Award Announcement

George Mason University

Chaowei Yang,  Professor, Director, NSF Spatiotemporal Innovation Center, Geography and Geoinformation Science,  received funding from the National Science Foundation for the project: "I-Corps: An automatic training dataset labeling tool for producing large amount of quality training datasets." 

He and his collaborators are interviewing more than 100 potential customers to: a) identify a customer sector that has the potential to show early success, b) define from a customer perspective a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), c) explore the potential and plan to create a startup by a team composed of undergraduate students, graduate students, and professors, and d) develop concrete proposals for the partnership for innovation or SBIR/STTR programs with a startup or small business. 

Yang received $50,000 from the National Science Foundation for this project. This funding began in Sept. 2023 and will end in late Aug. 2024. 


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