Columbia engineers create a robot that can imagine itself
Columbia researchers presented their work at the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) in Brussels, Belgium. Professor Julia Hirschberg … Continue reading Natural Language Processing and Spoken Language Processing groups present papers at EMNLP 2018
CS researchers worked with collaborators from numerous universities to explore and develop cryptographic tools. The papers were presented at the … Continue reading Four papers from Columbia at Crypto 2018
“Pixel Approximate Entropy” technique quantifies visual complexity by providing a score that automatically identifies difficult charts; could help users in emergency settings to read data at a glance and make better decisions faster.
In light of how easy it is to identify people based on their DNA, researchers suggest ways to protect genetic … Continue reading How Can We Keep Genetic Data Safe?
Student & Alumni News
A Columbia team has advanced to the world finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). They will go to … Continue reading Columbia Advances To ICPC World Finals
Kara Schechtman (CC ‘19) has been selected as one of the recipients of the Senator George J. Mitchell Scholarship Program to pursue a … Continue reading Exploring The Intersection Of AI And Philosophy
The Computing Research Association (CRA) awarded Serina Chang as one of four awardees of the 2019 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award. … Continue reading CS Undergraduate Students Recognized By The Computing Research Association
My internship at Google came as a result of my independent research during my five month study abroad program. Two … Continue reading Rachel Wu (SEAS ’19) Chosen To Present At Google’s Annual Women Engineers Summit
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