Henning Schulzrinne, the Julian Clarence Levi Professor of Mathematical Methods and Computer Science at Columbia University, has been appointed to … Continue reading Henning Schulzrinne named to North American Numbering Committee
Interdisciplinary collaborations are needed today because the hard problems—in medicine, environmental science, biology, security and privacy, and software engineering—are interdisciplinary. … Continue reading Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Collaboration at Columbia: Projects in Two Labs
Researchers create an algorithm that computes a reflector shape that boosts signals for desired indoor areas while weakening them elsewhere. The reflector can be 3D-printed for $35. Limiting signal coverage also helps prevent nearby cyberattacks.
The symposium, to be held in Rio de Janeiro, November 8-10, examines the enormous promise of AI technologies as well as the risk that uneven access to AI may amplify digital inequalities across the world.
The Early Innovator Award conferred at this year’s International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC) recognizes “A touring machine: Prototyping 3D mobile … Continue reading Paper coauthored by Steven Feiner earns inaugural Early Innovator Award at ISWC 2017
The paper, widely covered in the press, describes an automatic method for error-checking thousands to millions of neurons in a deep-learning neural network. Authors are Kexin Pei, Yinzhi Cao (Lehigh), Junfeng Yang, Suman Jana.
Developed by Kexin Pei, Yinzhi Cao (Lehigh), Junfeng Yang, and Suman Jana, DeepXplore error-checks thousands to millions of neurons in deep learning neural networks. In tests, DeepXplore found thousands of bugs missed by previous methods.
To uniquely identify and encode information in printed objects, Columbia researchers Dingzeyu Li, Avinash S. Nair, Shree K. Nayar, and … Continue reading Invisible, machine-readable AirCode tags make tagging objects part of 3D-fabrication process
Interviewed by Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV), Allen discusses his recent work on surgical robots and how incorporating big data, machine learning, and computer vision is contributing to smarter robots able to cope with the unexpected.
To end his talk “Can we store all of world’s data on a pickup truck,” Erlich makes bold prediction that DNA storage could be cheaper than magnetic storage within a decade.
“Travel in Large-Scale Head-Worn VR” teleports users through virtual environments by allowing them to determine orientation in advance. Another project from Feiner’s lab, “Remote Collaboration in AR and VR Using Virtual Replicas” won a third place … Continue reading Team from Steven Feiner’s lab wins Grand Prize at NYC Media Lab Summit
“Anomalous Payload-based Network Intrusion Detection,” co-written with Ke Wang and published in 2004, describes one of the first anomaly detection methods for identifying deviations indicative of a security breach or attempted attack.