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Monday, Nov 1, 2021
by Taylor Beck
What interests a group of cognitive scientists at Princeton is how we learn the categories that structure our minds. Their goal is to map these conceptual terrains using machines.
Friday, Oct 29, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo

As machine learning gains traction in research and industry, one subfield, deep learning, has emerged as a hot area of interest due to rapid development and research, according to Boris Hanin, an assistant professor in Princeton University’s Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering.

Thursday, Oct 21, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo

In certain regions of Africa wracked by heavy poaching, people have observed an increased incidence of African elephants without their iconic white tusks, which are prized in the multibillion-dollar wildlife black market.

Wednesday, Oct 13, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo

Within a specially-made box in a lab on the campus of Princeton University, several fuzzy bumblebees (Bombus impatiens) flew through the air while a camera sat over the enclosure, watching and recording every moment.

Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021
In both his independent work and his development as a software engineer, the CSML certificate has been particularly helpful, said Michael Hu. It not only enabled him to connect to a community of like-minded scholars, but it also gave him opportunities to explore machine learning more deeply.
Wednesday, Sep 22, 2021

To probe the origin and spread of cancers in the human body more effectively, Ben Raphael, professor of computer science at Princeton University, and his research lab created HATCHet or Holistic Allele-specific 

Monday, Sep 20, 2021
As extreme weather events such as flooding and drought become more common in a climate impacted by humans, the ability to understand and predict water resources and systems is becoming more important than ever. To that end, a team of Princeton University and University of Arizona researchers has received a $5 million grant from the National...
Wednesday, Sep 15, 2021
Nick McGreivy is interested using machine learning as a tool to accelerate the computational simulation of partial differential equations in plasma physics. “Plasma physicists have spent a lot of time and effort developing equations that describe the behavior of plasma within a nuclear fusion reactor,” said McGreivy. “One problem that I am...
Thursday, Aug 26, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
Barkachi is interested in using data science techniques for practical applications and having it potentially spun off into a start-up business. His independent project for the CSML certificate was developed along those lines: an e-learning market place called LiveShare.
Tuesday, Aug 17, 2021
by Sharon Adarlo
Kreisch research interests lie in cosmology, a branch of astronomy that concerns itself with the universe’s origin and its evolution. She marries this interest with machine learning, which scientists have increasingly come to rely in recent years in order to interpret cosmological data. “I work at the intersection of theory and computation and...

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