$2.2 Million in Funding Announced for Eight Projects
Workshop hosted by The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research and CMU leads to collaborations that will harness revolutions in machine learning
CMU Spinoff Duolingo Translates Success
Duolingo, a Carnegie Mellon spinoff, is the first Pittsburgh-based tech startup to be valued at more than $1 billion
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