Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science

Partnerships Events

The School of Computer Science has a rich history of advancing game-changing technological breakthroughs. To share that expertise, we frequently convene leaders from government, nonprofits, industry and more to to explore and consider the most important issues facing the world today — where computer science can play a significant role.

Check out some of our upcoming events below.

Next Up: Broadband and Digital Infrastructure

Connectedness Lessons Learned During COVID-19

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Carnegie Mellon University will present an artificial intelligence (AI) roundtable in partnership with SCS and the Block Center for Technology and Society.

Broadband and internet connectivity today is what electricity was to the world in the late 1800s/early 1900s. It has taken us about 50 years to electrify the nation, but today we don't have 50 years to connect the nation's broadband capabilities. COVID-19 has widened the digital infrastructure gap in the U.S. The country faces massive challenges in providing next-generation internet. This will likely require investing billions of dollars into digital and physical infrastructure, and there is no shortage of “shovel ready” opportunities to ensure workers, families and communities that have been left behind from the digital economy can afford, and effectively use high-speed internet.

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