SCS News & Press Releases

August 2022

A woman leans her arms on a chair at a conference room table while women seated on her right and left look on. The back of a man's head is visible in the lower right corner.

SCS Faculty Give High School Teachers a Crash Course in AI

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Students work on laptops in a classroom while an adult looks over their shoulders to help.

HCII Software Uses AI To Get Students To Do More Math

By Kayla Papakie - Thursday, August 11, 2022
Students with their backs to the camera look at a small airplane in a hanger. A man in dark shorts, a button-down short-sleeved shirt and a hat points to an area near the plane's wheel.

CMU Team Designs the Airports of Tomorrow

By Nick Zurawsky - Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Portrait of Stephen Smith.

Stephen Smith To Serve as AAAI President-Elect

By Aaron Aupperlee - Thursday, August 4, 2022
On the left, an AI uses a flight simulator that shows a blue sky and flat grasslands in addition to an instrument panel. The same is seen on the right, but with a human at the controls.

AI Pilot Can Navigate Crowded Airspace

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, August 2, 2022

July 2022

Portrait of Deepak Pathak

Pathak Named 2022 DARPA Riser

By Caroline Sheedy - Thursday, July 28, 2022
A photo of a boiler on the Titanic. The boiler is seen through the porthole of a submersible during a dive. The boiler is covered in a green algae.

Carnegie Mellon Researcher Dives to Titanic To Test Text-to-Video Technology

Work Could Extend Reach of Video Conferencing

By Aaron Aupperlee - Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Portraits of Weina Wang, Virginia Smith and Eni Halilaj.

SCS Faculty Receive More Than $1.6M in NSF CAREER Awards

By Kayla Papakie - Tuesday, July 26, 2022
A collage of photos showing performing tasks like cleaning a dry erase board, picking up a glass, folding a shirt, flipping a light switch and opening a refrigerator doog.

Robots Learn Household Tasks by Watching Humans

Novel Method Developed by CMU Researchers Allows Robots To Learn in the Wild

By Aaron Aupperlee - Wednesday, July 20, 2022

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