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Participants team up to create computer applications and compete for prizes in first-ever, Johns Hopkins student-run hackathon.
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 […]
Johns Hopkins engineers have joined colleagues at four other universities in a project to create new ways for humans and robots to work together cooperatively. The goal: Enhanced safety and greater productivity. Gregory Hager, chair of the computer science department of Johns Hopkins’ Whiting School Engineering, is a co-principal investigator in the new four-year, $3.5-million […]
Russell H. Taylor, a Professor of Computer Science with joint appointments in Mechanical Engineering, Radiology, and Surgery, and Director of the Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology, has been named the John C. Malone Professor.