Part of a series of conversations with current students and recent graduates.
Part of an ongoing series of conversations with current students and recent graduates.
A Q & A with the computer scientist teaching DSI's new course in machine learning applications.
Quartz features an app built by DSI students to analyze facial expressions and read their underlying emotions.
DSI students presented two projects at the Data Science for Social Good conference in Chicago last month.
How a common statistical bias explains seemingly contradictory ideas about who benefits from the sharing economy.
DSI's new Frontiers in Computing Systems holds its first symposium.
DSI and Columbia engineering professor Van-Anh Truong receives a National Science Foundation early-career award.
An event on Saturday, March 4 aims to boost women’s participation in open-source software.
Computer science professor Julia Hirschberg uses machine learning to identify deceptive speech.
The day in tweets—Thanks to all who attended and participated.
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Learn the foundations of statistical thinking, the power of machine learning, and enabling technologies for data science.
Meet our faculty and learn how they are using data science tools to accelerate discovery.
Our director, Kathleen McKeown, on the challenge of extracting and summarizing news from the Web in a crisis.
A status update and opportunities for engagement from our Town Hall meeting.
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