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 untapped potential in terms of AI usage, especially in humanitarian areas. The impact could have a multiplier effect in developing countries, where resources are limited. By leveraging the power of AI, businesses, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and governments can solve life-threatening problems and improve the livelihood of local communities in the developing world.
The Columbia Engineering community has come together to combat the coronavirus pandemic on multiple fronts. In close collabo-ration with the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, we’re leveraging our expertise and innovation to address short term medical needs and long term societal impacts.
Using Machine Learning for Scientific Discovery in Biology
Distinguished Lecture Series
Wednesday 11:40 am
Oded Regev, Courant Institute, New York University
Joint "Sense, Collect and Move Data" DSI Center and CS/EE Networks Seminar
Thursday 2:00 pm
Peter Shor, MIT