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
To commemorate the Stonewall Uprising, and as part of NYU’s Stonewall at 50, NYU Sydney embarked on a project which combines people and technology with the intention of showcasing how NYU’s global locations can overcome geographical distances, participate in dialogue concerning issues important to the University, and honor the anniversary.
The end of the spring 2019 semester means many schools and programs are celebrating by exhibiting student projects. Here are a few upcoming showcases that highlight innovative ways students are exploring technology and its role across multiple academic disciplines.
The winners of HackNYU 2019 are in! Twenty-one projects took home awards in a field full of innovative, novel ideas that were developed over the 48 hours of the hackathon, which included 13 winners across the hackathon’s tracks and 11 additional awards from sponsors and partners.
Srishti Sanya is one of two student Executive Co-Chair for HackNYU 2019. Connect sat down with her (virtually!) to discuss how she became involved with the event and what she’s learned from it.
HackNYU, NYU’s largest hackathon, managed entirely by students, is back for another exciting year! Join the global HackNYU adventure with 500+ students, professionals, hardware hobbyists, hackers, and designers for a weekend of creativity and innovation, Feb. 15-17.
The inaugural NYU Technology Summit celebrated the University’s collective accomplishments of using technology in innovative ways. NYU President Andrew Hamilton kicked off the day, followed by Len Peters, NYU IT CIO, and keynote speaker, Dr. Yann LeCun.
In the 1800s, Colden’s Liquid Beef Tonic was sold as a cure for alcoholism. It’s primary ingredient? Alcohol. This may not be the sort of thing one expects to learn at an event dedicated to discussing data visualization and research. DH+Data Day is a testament to the expansions in who uses data, what they use it for, and how it’s analyzed.
The organizers of the NYU Technology Summit are pleased to announce that the computer scientist and technology innovator, Dr. Yann LeCun, will be the keynote speaker at the Summit. Dr. LeCun is VP and Chief AI Scientist at Facebook and Silver Professor at NYU, affiliated with the Courant Institute and the NYU Center for Data […]