When 108,000 students enrolled in her inaugural online edX artificial intelligence course, Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi and two assistants divided up among … Continue reading Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi receives provost award to build MOOC chatbot
In a DARPA project, researchers are looking to build a less invasive implant device at the scale of 1M channels. Such a device would dramatically expand ways artificial systems can support brain functions.
“Settling the query complexity of non-adaptive junta testing” was named best paper at last week’s 32nd Computational Complexity Conference (CCC), … Continue reading Paper by Columbia researchers named best paper at Computational Complexity Conference
Hirschberg’s subject was entrainment, the tendency of speakers to align their speaking style with that of a conversation partner. Joint work with Štefan Beňuš, Nishmar Cestero, Agustín Gravano, Rivka Levitan, Sarah Ita Levitan, Zhihua Xia.
When data can be anywhere, what country has jurisdiction? In a case involving an Outlook user—whose data was stored in Ireland by a US company (Microsoft)—a US court will rule on what country’s laws apply.
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A Columbia computer science master’s student has qualified to compete in the Cambridge 2 Cambridge (C2C) Cybersecurity Challenge to be … Continue reading Columbia student to compete in C2C Cybersecurity Competition
Kai-Fu Lee (BS’83) cofounded Sinovation Ventures and was formerly President of Google China; he gave SEAS’ 2017 commencement speech. Jingren Zhou (PhD’04, advisor Ken Ross) is Chief Scientist and Vice President of Alibaba Cloud, Alibaba.
Two Columbia Engineering PhD students, João P. Cerqueira (Electrical Engineering) and Thomas J. Repetti (Computer Science), have been named recipients … Continue reading João P. Cerqueira and Thomas J. Repetti earn Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
The Jonathan Gross Prize is being awarded this year for the first time to honor students who graduate at the … Continue reading Jonathan Gross Prize recognizes top CS graduates
A former student of Steven Feiner, Wilcox is now assistant professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech.