ICDI is transforming possibility through emerging technology
Beyond our people, data is our most valuable resource for expanding human potential.
ICDI enables University of Arizona faculty, staff, and students across all disciplines to unlock new research solutions and accelerate breakthrough discoveries using the power of information technologies. We measure our success by impact. Trustworthy stewardship of information and data is central to all we do.
- Assist researchers in achieving success and expanding the impact of their work
- Create career opportunities for students
- Help grow Arizona's economy
- Expand the possibilities for a better world
University of Arizona Scientists are leveraging data and advanced computation to create powerful new models to predict changes in water systems across the U.S. and to study black holes in the farthest reaches of space. They are revisiting landmark health studies to reveal findings hidden within the existing data, while mining current data to improve outcomes in medicine, social justice and more.
Learn how the University of Arizona is harnessing the power of data and AI in the areas of innovation, health, education, environment, society, industry, and space.
AI Access and Integrity Working Group
As part of the AI Working Group, ICDI is convening teams of faculty, staff, and students focused on different aspects of AI to facilitate discussions on access equity and academic integrity.
What's In a QR Code?
Volumetric capture is an immersive technology records a person, space, or object in 3D. Use your smart phone to scan the QR codes and follow the phone's onscreen instructions.
What ICDI Can Do For You
Access to data & computation experts
Training & education
Opportunities for collaboration
Training & education
Career guidance & opportunities
For the Community
K-14 education & training
Consulting, training, workforce development for small business/industry/government
Immerse Yourself: How VR Can Revolutionize Learning
At the Wonder House at SxSW 2023, Bryan Carter discusses volumetric capture and streaming and how it can affect learning and retention. With this technology, you are more a part of the scene than ever before, and you will remember it years into the future. Welcome to the digital engagement revolution.
Climate Data is Power to the People
When we harness the power of big climate data, we can all make better decisions for our cities, our countries and our homes. In this SxSW 2023 Wonder House talk, UArizona researchers talk about using oceangoing robots to predict our climate future and about using detailed maps of floods in near-real-time to help people in need right now.
Are Computers as Smart as You Think?
In the 2023 College of Science lecture series, "Myth Busting Science," Eduardo Blanco discusses the intelligence of computers, what they can accomplish, emerging artificial intelligence technologies like ChatGPT, and their limitations.
Humans, Data and Machines Lecture Series
The 2018 College of Science lecture series, "Humans, Data and Machines," examines the scientific, technological, legal and personal impact of revolutionary social change.