Six papers from the Speech & NLP group were accepted to the Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) conference. Generating … Continue reading Natural Language Processing Papers Accepted to EMNLP 2020
Research & News
Professor Tim Roughgarden received a Test of Time award for his paper, How Bad is Selfish Routing?, published in 2000 and … Continue reading Papers from the Theory Group Accepted to FOCS 2020
Open-source CRYLOGGER is the first tool that detects cryptographic misuses by running the Android app instead of analyzing its code.
Imagine a world of rapid and effective emergency response that takes advantage of the latest in cutting-edge technology.
Professor Kathy McKeown talks with DeepLearning.AI’s Andrew Ng about how she started in artificial intelligence (AI), her research projects, how her understanding of AI has changed through the decades, and AI career advice for learners … Continue reading Heroes of Natural Language Processing
Student & Alumni News
When the Emerging Scholars Program (ESP) was established 12 years ago it was meant to introduce computer science (CS) topics … Continue reading How a Peer-Led Class is Making Computer Science More Equitable
Alon Grinshpoon (MS ’18) kicks off the Ask Me Anything series of Columbia Engineering Entrepreneurship and talks about how he started his company, echoAR, by using the various resources at Columbia to develop his startup.
Yang Tang (PhD ’20) was awarded the Young Experts in Services Computing Student Paper award (YESC) from the IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing (IEEE TCSVC).
Although Sunday night for students is often spent alone, working on next week’s homework to make up for a weekend spent with friends, Matthew Wang, Columbia College junior and president of the Columbia eSports team, … Continue reading As The Pandemic Spread, So Did Esports
A new fellowship provides support for students from underrepresented and nontraditional backgrounds to study computer science.