School of Computer Science
His research focuses on statistical learning algorithms for understanding natural language text and on understanding how the human brain represents information.
The National Science Foundation awarded CMU's Wolfgang Gatterbauer a Faculty Early Career Development award for his research proposal to develop novel methods to draw conclusions from uncertain and inconsistent data.
A computer scientist renowned for her work in artificial intelligence and robotics, Veloso succeeds Tom Mitchell who remains part of the faculty.
Computer science needs K-12 educators, especially ones like Leigh Ann DeLyser (CS 2010, 2014), a former high school teacher and director of education and research for CSNYC - NYC Foundation for Computer Science Education.
The five-year agreement for a Robotics Traineeship program is valued at up to $3 million and will provide full or partial support for as many as 20 Ph.D. and master’s degree students in robotics.
A readability analysis of presidential candidate speeches by researchers in CMU's Language Technologies Institute finds most candidates using words and grammar typical of students in grades 6-8.
CMU researchers plan to provide free Speck air quality monitors to 100 public libraries in the U.S.
CMU's National Robotics Engineering Center has been selected as a prime contractor or subcontractor on four major new federal research projects totaling more than $11 million over the next three years.
Computer scientist Abhinav Gupta and mathematician Wesley Pegden are among 126 early-career scientists from across the U.S. and Canada who will receive $55,000 to further their research.
The work persuaded Yahoo! to publicly share password frequency statistics for about 70 million of its users for cybersecurity studies.
Poker has become a major test of artificial intelligence. The same sort of algorithms used to play poker could also be used to create strategies for applications involving cybersecurity, business transactions and medicine.
The presentations underscored the importance of establishing a sustainable science of learning community to produce breakthroughs that impact education.
Carol Frieze (left) and Jeria Quesenberry have written a new book outlining how Carnegie Mellon changed to sustain gender diversity in its School of Computer Science.
Pearl will accept the award, which includes a medal and cash prize, and present the Dickson Prize Lecture, “Science, Counterfactuals and Free Will,” at noon on Monday, Feb. 29, in McConomy Auditorium in CMU's Cohon University Center.
The Feb. 24 episode focuses on the DARPA Robotics Challenge in June 2015.