School of Computer Science
Procaccia is being honored for his contributions to the fields of computational social choice and computational economics.
Jacobo Carrasquel will be using videos, optional mini-lectures and an online software application called Classroom Salon to reach more students.
Despite the increasing use of technology, CMU researchers demonstrated that kids still need physical experiments to enhance their learning.
CMU's Illah Nourbakhsh says the Maker Movement has empowered people to create projects that make life more livable and sustainable.
During its best run on Friday, CHIMP completed all eight tasks in 55 minutes, 15 seconds.
The Tartan Rescue Team from CMU's National Robotics Engineering Center is making final preparations for the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals June 5-6. The team’s four-limbed robot, CHIMP, is capable of performing all eight of the tasks it will encounter in a simulated disaster course the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is assembling at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif.
Halting the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is no laughing matter, but a phone information service developed by CMU researchers is leveraging people’s interest in phone games and wacky humor to help spread urgent health information to people in Guinea.
The free service, EDigs, considers your lifestyle to identify your perfect rental.
Four of the world's best players of Heads-up No-limit Texas Hold'em amassed more poker chips than the Carnegie Mellon University artificial intelligence program called Claudico as they collectively played 80,000 hands of poker in a two-week competition that concluded today at Rivers Casino.
After 40,000 hands, the ‘humans’— four professional poker players — have taken a lead over Carnegie Mellon’s artificial intelligence program, Claudico.