The SIGecom Test of Time Award recognizes papers published between ten and twenty-five years ago that have significantly impacted research or applications exemplifying the interplay of economics and computation. Papadimitriou and Chen’s influential papers settled the complexity of computing a Nash equilibrium.
Google Research held an online workshop on the conceptual understanding of deep learning. The workshop discussed how new findings in deep learning and neuroscience can help create better artificial intelligence systems. Christos Papadimitriou discussed how our growing understanding of information-processing mechanisms in the brain might help create algorithms that are more robust in understanding and engaging in conversations. Papadimitriou presented a simple and efficient model that explains how different areas of the brain inter-communicate to solve cognitive problems.
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 programs.
A team led by professor Christos Papadimitriou proposes a new computational system to expand the understanding of the brain at an intermediate level, between neurons and cognitive phenomena such as language.
Researchers from around the country gathered at Columbia Engineering this past weekend for a three-day event honoring four decades of ground-breaking research by Prof. Christos Papadimitriou. The conference, which organizers dubbed “PapaFest,” included individual speakers, panel discussions, social events, and even a rock band.