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  • SDS protests military contractors recruiting CMU students at the TOC

    The College of Engineering Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC), hosted in the Wiegand Gymnasium and Rangos Ballroom this past week, was teeming with both anxiety and excitement as employers met with potential employees from across campus disciplines. For some, it was not just an opportunity “to make connections for both full-time and summer employment,” as the official event website states, b...

    News | October 1, 2018
  • Predictive policing in Pittsburgh

    This past June, it was announced in a Carnegie Mellon University press release that a fire prevention algorithm developed by Michael Madaio, a Ph.D. student in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute, would be adopted by the City of Pittsburgh. However, the algorithms’ potential did not stop there for city officials. They hoped similar predictive models could be applied to policing.

    News | September 24, 2018
  • School of Computer Science Dean Andrew Moore leaves for unknown opportunity

    Carnegie Mellon University’s Andrew Moore, Dean of the School of Computer Science (SCS), announced that he would be stepping down from his position on Aug. 28, after serving as Dean since 2014. Dean Moore will pursue “a new professional opportunity,” as told in a Carnegie Mellon University press release, after finishing the calendar year as Dean.

    News | September 10, 2018
  • School of Computer Science announces new AI specific major

    Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science announced that a new artificial intelligence (AI) major will be launched this year, the first undergraduate major specific to AI among United States universities.

    News | August 20, 2018
  • CIT joins the Army Research Laboratory's Open Campus iniative

    As established in a joint ceremony this past April 17, Carnegie Mellon University has joined the Army Research Laboratory (ARL)’s Open Campus initiative, bringing a new long-term research partnership to the College of Engineering.

    News | April 30, 2018