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How will AI shape the next generation?

Nov. 3, 2023

Step into the Center for the Brain, A.I., and Child (BAIC) and learn from its members how AI will impact the next generation of children and their caretakers around the world, as generative AI becomes a new normal.

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MOSAIKS: United Nations recognizes machine learning advance

Oct. 6, 2023

Esther Rolf and her research team were awarded a Digital GameChangers Award for a tool called MOSAIKS that promises to greatly increase who can access and analyze satellite data.

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3D printing with coffee: Turning used grounds into caffeinated creations

Sept. 8, 2023

Coffee can do a lot of things: Wake you up, warm you up and lessen that existential dread. According to a new study, it could also help reduce the waste from 3D printing.

New CS faculty 2023-2024

New incoming computer science faculty: 2023-2024

Aug. 7, 2023

Computer science welcomes six new incoming tenure track faculty.

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Professor Martha Palmer recognized for lifetime of contributions to computational linguistics

Aug. 4, 2023

Professor Martha Palmer, ACL Lifetime Achievement Award winner, shares her 50-year journey through the field of natural language understanding, her current research and her thoughts on new generative AI tools.

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VIDEO: 3D display could soon bring touch to the digital world

Aug. 1, 2023

Nikolaus Correll, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, helped create the basis for a new rippling 3D display that can bring touch to digital experiences.

Dan Larremore, a person with brown hair and a blue suit shakes hands with a person with short blond hair holding out a glass award

Professor accepts prestigious Erdős–Rényi Prize in network science

July 14, 2023

Associate Professor Daniel Larremore of computer science was awarded today in Vienna, Austria, for his internationally recognized work on COVID-19 and network epidemiology, making CU Boulder the only institution in the world with multiple awardees.

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AI Could Change How Blind People See the World

July 10, 2023

Danna Gurari, assistant professor of computer science at CU Boulder, shares her perspective on the promise and pitfalls of generative AI for blind users as the field explodes in popularity. External link to a WIRED magazine article.

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Orit Peleg explains to TEDxCU how fireflies communicate

June 22, 2023

Step into the enchanting realm of fireflies as scientist Orit Peleg takes you on an awe-inspiring journey deep into the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Researchers from across the college gathered at the end of the semester for brief presentations on seed grant funded work through the Interdisciplinary Research Themes.

New seed grants from the Engineering Education and AI-Augmented Learning research theme will support range of topics

May 25, 2023

The chosen grants include five Department of Computer Science-affiliated researchers seeking to support explainable AI and study generative AI’s impacts on fine art, language arts and computing education.