Shuran Song and Carl Vondrick are among the awardees chosen for their artificial intelligence (AI) research. The program aims to use AI for societal good.
Research & News
The Distinguished Lecture series brings computer scientists to Columbia to discuss current issues and research that are affecting their particular fields. … Continue reading Cross-disciplinary Research Highlighted in This Year’s Distinguished Lectures Series
The award recognizes Moti Yung’s significant contributions to the field of cryptography, specifically, coinventing malicious cryptography and pioneering contributions to distributed cryptosystems.
Research from the department was accepted to the 35th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. The conference promotes research in artificial … Continue reading Papers That Explore Novel Methods to Use Artificial Intelligence Accepted to AAAI 21
CS researchers are among the recipients of the inaugural awards from the Columbia Center of Artificial Intelligence Technology (CAIT). Amazon is providing $5 million in funding over five years to support research, education, and outreach … Continue reading Columbia Center of AI Technology Announces Faculty Research Awards and Two PhD Student Fellowships
Student & Alumni News
The CS@CU MS Bridge Program in Computer Science equips students from non-computer science backgrounds with the skills and knowledge necessary … Continue reading Voices of CS : MS Bridge Student Testimonials
Jihye Kwon, a computer engineering PhD student, talks about her research projects and what it took to win a Best … Continue reading Q&A: Jihye Kwon on PhD Research Projects
The University of San Diego has named Maritza Johnson (PhD ’12) as the director of the new center that will address issues concerning big data and artificial intelligence, and their social implications — ethics, privacy, … Continue reading Maritza Johnson (PhD ’12) To Lead New Center For Data, AI and Society At The University of San Diego
For this year’s Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award, Payal Chandak, Sophia Kolak, and Yanda Chen were among students recognized by the Computing … Continue reading Three CS Students Recognized By The Computing Research Association
Amaan Pirani (CC ’21) talks to CNBC about his start-up Gatherly, an online event platform designed to improve digital interactions, and how he balances school and his business.