SCS News & Press Releases

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Byron Spice
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Tuesday November 15, 2016
The Verge technology and culture site is celebrating its fifth anniversary in November by looking at what's in store for the next five years, based on interviews with opinion leaders, such as Manuela Veloso, head of SCS's Machine Learning Department. Read Veloso's "The Verge 2021" interview and watch the accompanying video to get her insights on why humanity and artificial intelligence will be inseparable.
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Byron Spice
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Tuesday November 15, 2016
How a mobile app says it will collect or share a user’s personal information with third parties often appears to be inconsistent with how the app actually behaves, a new automated analysis system developed by Carnegie Mellon University has revealed.
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Susie Cribbs
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Thursday November 10, 2016
A team of students from the Language Technologies Institute (LTI), one of seven departments in Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, recently earned top honors for their performance in the BioASQ 2016 Biomedical Semantic Question Answering challenge.
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Byron Spice
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Thursday November 10, 2016
Takeo Kanade, the U.A. and Helen Whitaker University Professor of Robotics and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, received the prestigious 2016 Kyoto Prize for Advanced Technology on Wednesday, Nov. 10, in a ceremony in Kyoto, Japan.
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Byron Spice
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Monday November 07, 2016
A contentious presidential election can raise questions about whether the voting system produces the best possible candidates. While nothing is going to change the way Americans vote, a new online service, RoboVote.org, enables anyone to use state-of-the-art voting methods to make optimal group decisions.
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Byron Spice
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Friday November 04, 2016
When plants need water their leaves droop and they start to look dry. But what's happening on a molecular level? Researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and the School of Computer Science's Computational Biology Department have found some answers, which could be critical to helping agriculture adapt to drought and other climate-related stressors.
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Mike Rick (K&L Gates) and Martin Mbugua (Carnegie Mellon)
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Wednesday November 02, 2016
As the ethical and policy issues surrounding artificial intelligence and other computing technologies take center stage, global law firm K&L Gates LLP has made a gift to help ensure Carnegie Mellon University's leadership in this emerging field.
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Byron Spice
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Monday October 24, 2016
A 2006 research paper co-authored by Travis Breaux, an assistant professor in the Institute for Software Research, received an honorable mention for the Most Influential Paper Award at the 24th IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference (RE) hosted last month in Beijing.
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Susie Cribbs
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Monday October 17, 2016
Four School of Computer Science seniors have been named ACS Scholars by Carnegie Mellon University's Andrew Carnegie Society. Kimberly Kleiven, Ananya Kumar, Benjamin Lichtman and Ariana Weinstock join 36 students from across the university honored for embodying CMU's high standards of academic excellence, volunteerism, leadership and involvement in student organizations, athletics or the arts.
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Byron Spice
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Monday October 17, 2016
A smartwatch can detect and distinguish a variety of taps, flicks and scratches by the hands and fingers, and all that's required is a software upgrade that repurposes the device's existing accelerometer, Carnegie Mellon University researchers discovered.

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