The international and multi-institutional team is looking into human rights abuses.
The researchers will use stress factors and chemicals to study how to produce more nutritional leafy greens and prolong their shelf life.
The researchers work at the University of Maryland’s information studies college and Trace Research and Development Center.
The universities have many ongoing projects centered around robotics, AI technology and public health.
The app uses a database from Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research with over 200 research opportunities.
The university president also provided an update on diversity and inclusion initiative TerrapinStrong.
Chang will take over for Julie Lenzer, who held the position for the past five years.
The researchers published their findings in Nature magazine in November.
The professors are still designing the bot, and once it is released it will be available as a phone app.
The project partnered with the Asian American Center of Frederick, the Frederick County Health Department and the Health Care Coalition.