The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development, in collaboration with the career centers in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, has launched Handshake — an intuitive, mobile-friendly platform that connects students and employers.
On June 15, 2019, NYU researcher Yann LeCun and two colleagues were presented with the 2018 Turing Award for their work in artificial intelligence. The award’s namesake, Alan Turing, was a computing pioneer and is considered by many to be an icon of the LGBTQ movement.
A study performed by NYU researchers found that cities with more racist tweets reported more real-life crimes related to race, ethnicity, and national origin. The researchers used machine learning to analyze 532 million tweets posted in 100 cities between 2011 and 2016.
On Wednesday, May 8, 2019, the User Experience (UX) Community of Practice partnered with NYU IT to present “How Agile Teams Can Prioritize UX Work,” a workshop led by Rachel Krause, User Experience Specialist at the Nielsen Norman Group.
As organizations move to more efficient robots, what will be the impact to the economy, society, and you? On Tuesday, June 18, 6-8pm, the Great AI Debate series brings together experts in diverse fields to discuss this topic