News: Graduate Research

CS’ Chenxi Liu Named 2019 Google AI Fellow

September 11, 2019

Chenxi Liu, a PhD student in Computer Science is among 54 students selected as 2019 Google AI Fellows. Ten years ago, Google created the PhD Fellowship Program to recognize and support outstanding graduate students who are doing exceptional research in Computer Science and related fields who seek to influence the future of technology, according to […]

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Girl Scouts earn robotics badge at inaugural workshop

September 3, 2019

What do Girl Scouts and robots have in common? Helping people. Gopika Ajaykumar, a second-year PhD student in computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare, provided examples on how robots are working alongside people at the Maryland Science Center’s inaugural Girls Scouts Robotics Workshop on June 1, 2019. […]

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Could your webcam be spying on you?

December 26, 2013

Stephen Checkoway, Assistant Research Professor and JHUISI graduate student Matthew Brocker have recently published research showing how the webcam indicator light on a laptop can be overridden and the camera accessed to spy on its user.   RELATED LINKS “Research shows how MacBook Webcams can spy on their users without warning,” The Washington Post “Researchers […]

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Using Twitter to Track the Flu

January 24, 2013

Sifting through social media messages has become a popular way to track illness and other public health trends, but a key hurdle remains: how to separate valuable information from mindless chatter. To address this, Johns Hopkins computer scientists and researchers in the School of Medicine have developed a new tweet-screening method that not only delivers […]

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