Hwang spent the summer working for the Natural Language Text Processing Lab (NLP) and the Data Science Institute (DSI) on … Continue reading CS undergrad, Alyssa Hwang (SEAS ’20), Presented Her Research at Columbia, Harvard and Stanford Research Conferences
Women technologists from around the world gathered in Houston, Texas to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration. Columbia’s Womxn in Computer … Continue reading WiCS at the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration
Kai-Fu Lee (B.S. ’83) included in WIRED’s anniversary issue for his work that brings humanity to artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has seeped into the daily lives of people in the developed world. From virtual assistants to recommendation engines, AI is in the news, our homes and offices. There is a lot of … Continue reading AI For Humanity: Using AI To Make A Positive Impact In Developing Countries
The ACL organizing committee announced that Winn and the team won one of two short paper awards given at this year’s conference.
Agichtein’s paper on incorporating user behavior signals into ranking wins the top award. The team also got an honorable mention for their research on predicting web search result preferences.
Seven years ago, Yin Qi founded a company called Megvii with two college friends in Beijing. Now people from over 220 countries and regions use Megvii’s face-recognition platform, Face++. The company has more than 1,500 … Continue reading CS alum Yin Qi part of MIT’s 35 Innovators under 35 for face recognition platform
The Jonathan Gross Prize honors students who graduate at the top of their class with a track record of promising … Continue reading Top CS graduates awarded Jonathan Gross Prize
Tong will speak at Engineering Class Day May 14, when he will receive the Illig Medal, the highest honor awarded an engineering undergraduate. Tong is the second CS major in a row to be valedictorian.
“How wonderful would it be if the growth of scientific and technological innovation would come along with more equality and … Continue reading Not the usual hackathon: Five Columbia students travel to Rome for the Vatican’s VHacks competition
A PhD candidate advised by Shree Nayar, Smith is the creator of RAD (racing auditory display), which uses audio cues so players who are visually impaired can play existing video racing games.
Maynard Marshall Ball has been selected to receive a two-year IBM PhD Fellowship for the 2018-19 and 2019-2020 academic years. … Continue reading Maynard Marshall Ball awarded IBM PhD Fellowship