I work at Carnegie Mellon University on teaching computers to understand language. I'm also the founding president of the Public Communication for Researchers program. I'm easily distracted by birds.
Margaret Hamilton, recipient of a 2016 Presidential Medal of Honor, represents one of two schools of thought for how to build software.
Machines keep getting better at picking up patterns – but they always seem to need guidance to tell them which patterns to look for.
There are two sides to accuracy, and you can't have them both.
When his wife suggested he create a 3D model of their tea set, Martin Newell made computer science history.