School of Computer Science
An artificial intelligence agent developed by two Carnegie Mellon computer science students has proven to be the ultimate survivor in the classic video game Doom.
The Sept. 30 event will bring together leading experts in early childhood development with local and state policymakers and practitioners.
When Mera Tegene envisions her future, she thinks big, with the aim of using chemistry to heighten the senses in virtual reality technology.
CMU’s Proportion of Undergraduate Women in Computer Science and Engineering Soars Above National Averages
While national efforts to encourage women to pursue degrees in key science and technology fields have flagged, Carnegie Mellon University has reached a new high-water mark this year, with women making up nearly half of this year’s incoming classes in the School of Computer Science and College of Engineering.
Professor Christos Faloutsos and his students created a method to see through camouflage that fraudsters use to make themselves look legitimate.
A study by CMU and Facebook finds personalized communication can boost your well-being.
Since Sept. 8, 1966, humans have been boldly exploring the edges of space and what's possible.
Students will learn from faculty at the top-ranked computer science programs in the United States and China.
School of Computer Science alumnus Landon Fears has combined his love of education and hip hop into a career with Flocabulary, a web-based learning program for all grades and subjects.
The magazine recognized Yang in the Visionary category of its innovators list for her work on a programming model that bakes security into applications.
Pokémon Go isn’t just an international sensation that’s drawn in millions of players, it’s also a “game changer” for augmented reality.
DefCon's Capture the Flag and other competitions give people a place to practice and hone their computer security skills.
ForAllSecure, a Carnegie Mellon University startup, has won $2 million in prize money as winners of the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge.
The text-to-speech software, developed by Carnegie Mellon University in collaboration with the Hear2Read project, can now be downloaded free of charge from Google Play.
A program to empower students with technology is expanding to Atlanta and Salt Lake City.