In a retelling of Alice in Wonderland, Bishop illustrates the fundamentals and power of cryptography while warning how human error undermines that power.
Research & Papers
“For the development of statistical learning theory, the theoretical foundations for machine learning, and support vector machines,” Vladimir Vapnik … Continue reading Vladimir Vapnik awarded the IEEE John von Neumann Medal
Technique models geometry of individual hair strands to predict how soft, curly hair will react to a character’s motions or the external forces of wind and water.
It describes how to coordinate communication among ultra-low power devices (e.g., Internet of things) that must operate under stringent power constraints to maximize throughput rates among these devices.
Part 1: Liberal arts students and computer science. The flow of liberal arts students into computer science is forcing changes … Continue reading Making computer science accessible to Columbia’s wider student population
Student & Alumni News
Digital computers have had a remarkable run, giving rise to the modern computing and communications age and perhaps leading to … Continue reading Back to analog computing: Columbia researchers merge analog and digital computing on a single chip
Says Junfeng Yang, the paper’s senior author, “Shuffler instantly lets us build a stronger defense.”
This summer, she taught computer science languages and principles to high school girls as part of the Summer Immersion Program, a 7-week, free program that enrolled 1560 girls across the US.
With few warning signs and no screening test, pancreatic cancer is usually not diagnosed until it is well advanced; 75% … Continue reading An interview with John Paparizzos: Hunting early signs of pancreatic cancer in web searches
Humans are not good at detecting when someone is lying, doing little better than chance level. More reliable are computational … Continue reading An interview with Sarah Ita Levitan: When changes in speech can indicate lies