CMU Stories & Research
If a touchscreen keyboard is no larger than the size of a penny, how can it be functional?
Researchers at CMU's Human Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) have the answer with a project called ZoomBoard. Another project of the HCII, WorldKit lets a mere wave of the hand create a touch-based computer interface.
Watch video to see how both innovations work »
Ratan Tata: Advice to Grads
He's an internationally known business leader who grew his conglomerate from $5 billion to $100 billion in revenues.
Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Trusts and CMU honorary degree recipient, recently spoke at the Tepper School of Business, offering advice on topics from leadership to company culture to investments.
Check out his advice to new graduates »
One of Inc. Magazine's "10 Women to Watch in Tech," alumna Vivienne Ming credits CMU for influencing her work.
An entrepreneurial neuroscientist involved in research, technology and philanthropy, Ming is motivated by "a desire to maximize human potential" such as applying machine learning to predict optimal candidates for technology jobs.
"It's a big dream, better suited to science fiction than the lab or the board room. But CMU inspired me to try anyhow."
See why she's one to watch »
Robotic Racing Game
Millions around the globe watched Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference last week. But how many people were introduced on stage by Apple CEO Timothy Cook?
Alumnus Boris Sofman was one of them. During the event, Sofman presented Anki, a robotics startup he co-founded along with two other CMU alumni.
Read why Anki is making international headlines »
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