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.
CS students are among the grantees pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in the natural, social, and engineering sciences at US institutions.
In this Q&A, climate scientist Galen McKinley and computer scientist Carl Vondrick explain how Columbia’s new climate modeling center will improve on the latest projections.
Assistant Professor Carl Vondrick has won the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development award for his proposal program to develop machine perception systems that robustly detect and track objects even when they disappear from sight, thereby enabling machines to build spatial awareness of their surroundings.
Professors Shuran Song, Steve Feiner, and Matei Ciocarlie are developing a novel platform to enable factory workers to work remotely.
Wu will develop new tools for user-friendly data visualization.
Jana’s proposal aims to improve security, reliability and robustness of infrastructure software.
His award will be used to explore data structures and information retrieval