Looking around corners is one of the most dangerous parts of war for infantry. Ravn builds heads-up displays that let soldiers and law enforcement see around corners thanks to cameras on their gun, drones or elsewhere.
Hundreds joined DevFest for a week of workshops that ended with an 18-hour hackathon. In its ninth year, the event gathered technologists … Continue reading DevFest Returns For A Week Of Learning And Coding
Tomer Aharoni (GS ’19) will present “Nagish”, a software that helps people with hearing and speech difficulties communicate over the … Continue reading CS Student to Present at Google Cloud Next ’19
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
Wu gave a lightning talk, “Life of a Machine Learning Dataset”, at the conference last July. She was selected out of … 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
Women technologists from around the world gathered in Houston, Texas to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration. Columbia’s Womxn in Computer … Continue reading WiCS at the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration
Len Blavatnik (M.S. ’91) is 27th on the Forbes 400 list. Blavatnik has given $500 million to charities, including Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Kai-Fu Lee (B.S. ’83) included in WIRED’s anniversary issue for his work that brings humanity to artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has seeped into the daily lives of people in the developed world. From virtual assistants to recommendation engines, AI is in the news, our homes and offices. There is a lot of … Continue reading AI For Humanity: Using AI To Make A Positive Impact In Developing Countries
Alex Calderwood, Shreya Vaidyanathan, and Erin Riglin reviewed 2,700+ Twitter accounts in a story that was published in Wired. The three are grad students under the CS and Columbia Journalism School’s dual degree program.
The ACL organizing committee announced that Winn and the team won one of two short paper awards given at this year’s conference.