Topics covered wide range of technical, ethical, and privacy implications of people having access to their DNA information.
Research & Papers
One is a flexible sheet camera that bends to change the field of view, and the other a self-powering camera that converts light to electrical energy.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation cited the paper’s scientifically grounded argument to protect availability of encrypted digital information and communications.
Started by Yaniv Erlich & Joseph Pickrell, DNA.Land lets people donate their genome data for scientific research.
The software predicts what a 3D-printed shape will look like after being cooked for a specific time at set temperatures.
Student & Alumni News
Led by Mark Pauly, project began in Columbia Computer Graphics Group when Pauly was a visitor & Crane a postdoc.
Zhou will lead big-data and artificial intelligence research, developing cloud-scale distributed computation platforms and data analytic products.
Researchers at Columbia University and Adobe Research have developed a new interactive image segmentation method that leverages both color and … Continue reading Leveraging cue selection in RGBD images for more accurate and faster segmentation
Working backwards from queries indicating a user was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, researchers looked for earlier searches of symptoms.
A former student of Steven Feiner, Gribetz studied both computer science and neuroscience at Columbia.