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Brown CS Alum Mneera Abdullah Saud Is A 2021 Rhodes Scholar

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“I owe this opportunity to my professors, friends, and mentors: I’m incredibly grateful that I’ve had the privilege of learning from them while at Brown, and I know this would not have ...

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Brown CS Holds Our 5th Annual Research Open House (Recording Available)

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Held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brown CS welcomed students to our fifth annual CS Research Open House last week. Hosted by the Meta-Undergraduate Research Assistants (MURAs), it offered students an ...

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A New Brown CS Program: Researching Socially-Responsible AI With Students From HUGs

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At Brown CS and around the globe, interest in AI and related topics is soaring. CSCI 1470 Deep Learning, only a few years old, today has ...

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Brown CS Alum's Charity Gives K-12 Teachers A Second Monitor To Help During COVID

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In the middle of a pandemic, some Brown CS alums found a new opportunity to give back. 

Inspired by a neighbor who bought a second monitor to help his mother teach ...

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Brown CS PhD Students Help Underrepresented Candidates Apply To CS PhD Programs

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Applying to a doctoral program can be challenging for anyone, and for applicants from historically underrepresented groups (HUGs) who may not have adequate access to research experiences or mentors ...

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Brown CS Alum Brian Christian's Third Book Addresses Machine Learning And Human Values

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In his newly-released third book, The Alignment Problem, Brown CS alum Brian Christian returns to the intersection of computer science with human ethics and thought. Already winning praise from experts such as Cathy O'Neil, author of Weapons of Math Destruction ...

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Brown CS Seeks Applicants For Multiple Faculty Positions

The Department of Computer Science at Brown University is seeking applicants for a tenure-track faculty member at the level of Assistant Professor and a faculty position at the rank of lecturer, senior lecturer, or distinguished senior lecturer. We strive to build a diverse and inclusive environment for all members of our community, and are particularly ...

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Applications Are Open For The $10K Pausch Undergraduate Summer Research Award

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Brown CS is glad to announce that applications are open for the Randy F. Pausch '82 Computer Science Undergraduate Summer Research Award, which provides $10,000 annually to support an undergraduate engaged in an intensive ...

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Atlidakis And Greenman Win Computing Innovation Fellowships

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The Computing Research Association (CRA) and Computing Community Consortium (CCC) have announced a new Computing Innovation Fellows (CIFellows) Program for 2020 that recognizes the significant disruption to the academic job ...

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“A mechanism is essentially a game,” says Professor Amy Greenwald of Brown CS, “and the mechanism design problem is to design a game such that strategic play leads to a desirable outcome.”

In a recent Keynote address ...

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