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Professor David Blei, with co-authors Matthew Hoffman and Francis Bach, is recognized with a Test of Time Award at NeurIPS, the world’s top machine learning conference, for scaling his topic modeling algorithm to billions of … Continue reading They Found a Way to Thematically Sort All of Wikipedia on a Laptop
Teaching AI to distinguish between causation and correlation would be a game changer— well, the game may be about to … Continue reading One Thing Leads to Another
The Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory named economic theory fellows who have substantially advanced economic theory through scholarly and creative achievement.
Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi spent an afternoon with middle school girls to kickstart their interest in artificial intelligence through science-based activities. … Continue reading Giving Girls the Gift of Science
Student & Alumni News
The computer science community lost Davide Giri on December 2nd. For the past seven years, he worked in the Systems-Level … Continue reading Remembering Davide Giri
Amey Pasarkar has been selected as a Finalist for his work on computational models that examine the microbiome and its … Continue reading Amey Pasarkar Recognized By the Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award
Computer science students participated in the IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition 2021 (FG 2021) Kinship Verification … Continue reading Columbia Team Wins Top 3 in the FG 2021 Families In the Wild Kinship Verification
Joheen Chakraborty (Astrophysics and Computer Science) won the James B. Willett Education Memorial Scholarship from the Universities Space Research Association.
Computer science research is about solving problems with computational tools — it could be how to predict where the next … Continue reading Mechanism Design for Social Good Started as a Reading Group, Now It Launched an ACM Conference