Part of edX’s graduate-level MicroMasters series, the course gives everyone access to the same high level of AI instruction that Columbia’s on-campus students receive.
Fabricated in Columbia’s Computer Vision Lab, the camera—a sheet of adaptive lenses—bends to change the field of view. Thin and deformable, it can wrap around objects and still produce high-quality images.
Part 2 of Making computer science accessible to Columbia’s wider student population. At Columbia University, women make up 37% of … Continue reading Women and computer science at Columbia
An expert in side-channel attacks, Tromer is a co-inventor of the cryptographic protocol of the Zcash privacy-preserving digital currency.
Stroustrup talks about his career path, his role in creating and continuing to improve C++, and technological changes across industries, particularly in financial services.
In a retelling of Alice in Wonderland, Bishop illustrates the fundamentals and power of cryptography while warning how human error undermines that power.
“For the development of statistical learning theory, the theoretical foundations for machine learning, and support vector machines,” Vladimir Vapnik … Continue reading Vladimir Vapnik awarded the IEEE John von Neumann Medal
It describes how to coordinate communication among ultra-low power devices (e.g., Internet of things) that must operate under stringent power constraints to maximize throughput rates among these devices.
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Floraform, a design system from Nervous System, simulates differentially growing elastic surfaces to craft unique 3D-printed jewelry.
They will build a system to detect outages by monitoring flow of out-of-band data (Twitter feeds, communications networks) so outages can be detected even if grid monitoring system is disabled.