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Understanding Research on How People Develop Trust in AI Can Inform Its Use
Alice Offers Creative Entry Into Coding
Desire for Information: Blissful Ignorance or Painful Truth?
Data for Social Good is More Important Than Ever
Prisoners, Police and Pandemic
COVID-19 Should Be Wake-Up Call for Robotics Research
COVID-19 first target of new AI research consortium
CMU,, Microsoft, and Five Leading Research Universities Launch Digital Transformation Institute, Microsoft, and leading universities launch Digital Transformation Institute
Stanford engineers find ankle exoskeleton aids running
Online Misinformation About COVID-19 Can Take Many Forms
Team Explorer Finishes Second In DARPA Competition
Future of Human Healing Lies in Brain of a Starfish
Computing at Edges of Earth – and Beyond
Carnegie Mellon Chosen To Host Beckman Scholars Program
Global Challenges Competition Tackles Income Inequality
Team CoSTAR Takes First Place in Underground Robot Competition
Using light to put a twist on electrons
MIT Framework for Publisher Contracts yields new open-access model
Exploring a Genome’s 3D Organization Through a Social Network Lens
Evolution in Air
Collaboration Clusters Connect Pittsburgh Neuroscientists
Researchers Build a Better Lung Model
New home for world-leading innovation on Lot Fourteen
Nexus of Excellence
Team Explorer Adds Capabilities for Latest DARPA Robotics Contest
CMU Uses Technology To Empower Citizens
A (climate change) tale of 115 cities
Making Memes Accessible for People With Visual Impairments
Simon Initiative Work in Rural Panama Begins
Mapping a Path to More Equitable Housing
Carnegie Mellon Leverages AI To Give Voice to Voiceless
CMU Spinoff Duolingo Translates Success Via Language Learning
Work That Matters to Maternal Medicine
Discrete Math Primer Levels Educational Playing Field
Computer Vision Offers A Closer Look at Steel
A Ride to Remember
New Software Aims To Make Science More Replicable
And Beep Goes On
Parallel Data Lab Receives Computing Cluster from Los Alamos National Lab
Pushing Robotics Uphill
Harder To Breathe: Air Quality has Worsened Since 2016
INFORMS Honors Tepper Research in Operations Management
John Milton’s Freedom of Press Pamphlet Printers Found
Carnegie Mellon Publishing Agreement Marks Open Access Milestone
CMU Plays a Leading Role at National Organization of Minority Architects
In Hunting for Cures, Ethics Can Strengthen Clinical Trials
Carnegie Mellon and Northrop Grumman Enter Into Master Sponsored Research Agreement