School of Computer Science
The Carnegie Science Center will recognize eight Carnegie Mellon University faculty members and students at its 21st annual Carnegie Science Awards celebration on May 12at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Mellon University faculty, staff and students will once again participate in South by Southwest (SXSW), the premier annual entertainment and technology festival, March 10-16 in Austin, Texas.
A new computational method can improve the accuracy of gene expression analyses, which are increasingly used to diagnose and monitor cancers and are a major tool for basic biological research.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar and Pittsburgh have joined forces to explore the behavior of successful negotiators, very, very closely.
Carol Frieze directs Women@SCS and SCS4ALL in CMU's School of Computer Science.
Zhao, a Ph.D. student in the Language Technologies Institute (LTI), has been named the first Alexa Fund Fellow.
Andreas Pfenning is part of a research team that aims to find new ways to translate genetic findings into new therapies for Alzheimer’s disease.
Ph.D. student Madeline Gannon's "Mimus" is engaging visitors like a curious animal at the zoo.
Takeo Kanade is being recognized for his leadership in computer vision and robotics.
Students at CMU's Entertainment Technology Center are studying applications of augmented reality.
Libratus, an artificial intelligence developed by CMU's Tuomas Sandholm, made history by defeating four of the world’s best professional poker players in a marathon 20-day poker competition.
Carnegie Mellon University's artificial intelligence program Libratus has built up a substantial lead against four top poker professionals.
The incidence of influenza-like symptoms has been on the rise but computer scientists and statisticians at Carnegie Mellon University say their models suggest flu activity may be reaching its peak for the 2016-17 season.
Carnegie Mellon University scientists are having robots push and poke objects to teach them how to recognize and grasp them.