Can computers write catchier music than humans? Roger Dannenberg of Carnegie Mellon University has taught machines to analyze music archives, and spit out new music based on the results. Judge for yourself whether one of those tunes could break the Top 40.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - by

Robots who converse, provide empathy and play music were among the reasons NPR's "Science Friday" visited the Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall on Saturday, May 19, to build a show about Pittsburgh scientists and roboticists. The special live event had the theme "No Assembly Required," and included interviews with Carnegie Mellon University faculty and students.

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - by

Visionary Machines LLC is here to redefine robotics and AI (artificial intelligence) education. Founded by Dave Touretzky, Research Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, the company has recently released its first product: Calypso.

Read more about Calypso & Cozmo: https://developer.anki.com/blog/education/calypso-for-cozmo/

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\We find ourselves on the cusp of a revolution in the transportation industry, with an expectation for the impending widespread adoption of self-driving capabilities, promising faster and more efficient deliveries, more comfort and better bottom lines.

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In this talk, I will describe recent work on automatically verifying programs written in higher-order and imperative program languages using a novel form of symbolic execution. Our approach to higher-order symbolic execution is sound and relatively complete with respect to a first-order solver for base-type values.

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Monday, May 14, 2018 - by

Amal Nanavati, a double major in computer science and global studies in the Class of 2018, has received two prestigious prizes — the Fulbright Award and the inaugural K&L Gates Prize.

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Thursday, May 10, 2018 - by

Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science will offer a new undergraduate degree in artificial intelligence beginning this fall, providing students with in-depth knowledge of how to transform large amounts of data into actionable decisions.

SCS has created the new AI degree, the first offered by a U.S. university, in response to extraordinary technical breakthroughs in AI and the growing demand by students and employers for training that prepares people for careers in AI.

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A reception will follow outside Rashid Auditorium.

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