Artificial intelligence enters a new era
Computers that can see the world and understand our language are taking on new challenges Continue Reading →
Author: Ken Steiglitz, the Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science, Emeritus, and senior scholar Publisher: Princeton University Press, forthcoming February 2019 A few short decades ago, we were informed by the smooth signals of analog Continue Reading →
Author: Brian Kernighan, professor of computer science Publisher: Princeton University Press, January 2017 Computers are everywhere. Some of them are highly visible, in laptops, tablets, cellphones and smart watches. But most are invisible, like those Continue Reading →
FROM TRANSLATING FOREIGN LANGUAGES to finding information in minutes, computers have extended our productivity and capability. But can they make us better artists? Researchers in the Department of Computer Science are working on ways to Continue Reading →
Princeton’s Department of Computer Science has strong groups in theory, networks/systems, graphics/vision, programming languages, security/policy, machine learning, and computational biology. Find out what the researchers have been up to lately in these stories: Armchair victory: Computers Continue Reading →
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