The research, by Karthik Narasimhan, assistant professor of computer science, and doctoral students Vishvak Murahari, Carlos E. Jimenez and Runzhe Yang, makes it possible to run a deep neural network at least 10 times more efficiently while sacrificing only 2 percent accuracy. This new approach, called DataMUX, was recently awarded second place in the 2022 Bell Labs Prize with a $50,000 award.
This spring 2023 course aims to foster the ability to plan and perform rigorous data analyses. Students are expected to learn the conceptual underpinnings behind advanced modern methods and to use this knowledge to program appropriate analyses.
Danqi Chen was honored for her work on natural language processing and machine learning. Chen, an assistant professor of computer science, traveled to South Korea to receive the award and deliver a talk at the 2022 Samsung AI Forum.
Schmidt Futures has awarded Adji Bousso Dieng an AI2050 Early Career Fellowship for her work at the intersection of artificial intelligence and the natural sciences. The fellowship recognizes scholars doing interdisciplinary research on AI across fields in engineering, the social sciences and the humanities.
To map pedestrian traffic on campus and get students involved with data science tools, Princeton Data Science (PDS), a club sponsored by CSML, is organizing a group project that is focused on finding out where people go every day on campus and elucidating efficient routes to buildings.
For her CSML independent work project, Ajeigbe decided to compare data from Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs) versus Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs). She used pruned decision trees and OLS regression to uncover factors that would make a student more likely to stay in a STEM major and whether these factors changed depending on the institution, PWI or HBCU.
The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning’s (CSML) "Welcome Back" reception for undergraduate and graduate certificate students, researchers and faculty was a chance to mark the beginning of the academic year, catch up with colleagues, and strengthen ties within the campus data science community. The event was held on September 19th. Check the post for a slideshow of pictures.
For her CSML independent work project, Hannah To worked on a study to see how gangs in El Salvador impacted labor, and was advised by Thomas Fujiwara, associate professor of economics and international affairs. This project also fulfilled her senior thesis requirement.
Ujjwal Dahuja is currently an associate at Blackstone Alternative Asset Management (BAAM), a leading alternative investment firm. At BAAM, Dahuja is in a team responsible for making allocation recommendations on quantitative hedge funds, private hedge funds that use systematic processes for asset selection.
A team based at Princeton University has accurately simulated the initial steps of ice formation by applying artificial intelligence (AI) to solving equations that govern the quantum behavior of individual atoms and molecules.
The resulting simulation describes how water molecules transition into solid ice with quantum accuracy…