Last Friday, with less than a week remaining before the FCC’s expected repeal of the Open Internet Rules, a panel … Continue reading Panel on net neutrality discussed upcoming repeal of net neutrality rules
Amir Baradaran, an art-based researcher in Steven Feiner’s Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab (CGUI), has been awarded two grants … Continue reading New media artist Amir Baradaran awarded two art grants to rethink storytelling and artistic authorship in an age of AR/AI
Columbia Spectator gives Adam Cannon high marks for his humor, direct interaction with students, easygoing demeanor, and, most importantly, for making computer science make sense.
Peter Allen and Matei Ciocarlie were among the robotics researchers making presentations. Held October 19, the event was attended by academics and executives from venture capital firms and technology companies.
This year’s IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR) recognized Steven Feiner with the Career Impact Award for … Continue reading Steven Feiner receives a Career Impact Award from IEEE ISMAR
Writing to the Department of Homeland Security, 54 computer scientists and academic researchers criticized a proposed plan to use AI methods to screen immigrants and visa applicants. In this interview, Bellovin specifies some technology concerns.
Henning Schulzrinne, the Julian Clarence Levi Professor of Mathematical Methods and Computer Science at Columbia University, has been appointed to … Continue reading Henning Schulzrinne named to North American Numbering Committee
Interdisciplinary collaborations are needed today because the hard problems—in medicine, environmental science, biology, security and privacy, and software engineering—are interdisciplinary. … Continue reading Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Collaboration at Columbia: Projects in Two Labs
“NEZHA: Efficient Domain-Independent Differential Testing” won a 2nd place prize at the 14th Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW). Put on by NYU, CSAW is world’s largest student-run cybersecurity event, featuring competitions, workshops, and industry events.
The symposium, to be held in Rio de Janeiro, November 8-10, examines the enormous promise of AI technologies as well as the risk that uneven access to AI may amplify digital inequalities across the world.
The Early Innovator Award conferred at this year’s International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC) recognizes “A touring machine: Prototyping 3D mobile … Continue reading Paper coauthored by Steven Feiner earns inaugural Early Innovator Award at ISWC 2017