Nearly 250 students registered for the class, which had lectures focused on strategy, calculating odds, and Machiavellian maneuvers and ended with a home tournament.
Artificial intelligence (AI), under development for decades, is now hitting the mainstream. Many industries – from healthcare and banking to retail and entertainment – are eager to invest in workers who can apply AI-powered tools to solve real-world problems. To meet this soaring demand for AI talent, Johns Hopkins University now offers courses aimed at […]
A hospital stay can be a confusing and scary experience for many children. One way to make pediatric patients feel more at home in a hospital environment is to give them a furry, four-legged friend. While pet therapy has been shown to help young patients reduce stress and anxiety, one downside is that service animals […]
In the not-too-distant future, robots might assist us at home, school, hospitals, and workplaces. Roboticists and ethicists want to ensure they do so effectively, and help rather than hurt—even if it’s just our feelings.
As grants and contracts analyst, Kristin supports the faculty’s sponsored research activities. This includes pre and post award activities, account monitoring, financial transactions, and financial reporting. Kristin joined CS in December 2019 after completing the Johns Hopkins Research Administration Training Program. The program includes rotations at Sponsored Projects Shared Services (SPSS), a Johns Hopkins academic […]
A group of patients known as “extraordinary responders” have had a dramatic response to treatment for pancreatic cancer. Alex Szalay is interviewed for his work to create a virtual map to explore interactions between cancer and immune cells.
Applications for summer 2020 cohort accepted through March 31.
Matthew Green, associate professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, offers insight.