MS Bridge student Ishan Dhanani was interviewed by Semafor on how his startup Agora Labs helps researchers book time to rent GPUs for their projects.
ARNI Director Zemel goes to Washington to explain to Congress how Columbia’s new AI institute will connect major progress made in AI systems to our understanding of the brain.
The projects will explore algorithmic fairness, unified methods for interpreting artistic images found on the internet, and the development of a differentially-private data market system.
David Knowles and collaborators develop RNA-based predictive models.
Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine assembled a group of New York legislators, academics, advocates, and tech policymakers — including a representative from Google — a week ago to discuss how people use artificial intelligence, and whether government regulation is keeping up with the explosive new technology.
The AI Institute for Artificial and Natural Intelligence (ARNI) will be led by CS professors Richard Zemel, Kathleen McKeown, and Christos Papadimitriou, as well as Liam Paninski of the Zuckerman Institute and Xaq Pitkow of Baylor College of Medicine and Rice University.
ChatGPT and other bots have revived conversations on artificial general intelligence. Scientists say algorithms won’t surpass you any time soon.
A PhD candidate who worked for OpenAI and Apple discusses natural language processing, AI hallucinations, and deep fakes.
Michelle Zhou (PhD ’99) explains what no-code AI means and presents five inflection points that led to her current work, including the impact of two professors in graduate school who helped her find her direction in AI.