Ben Schneiderman to give talk on “The New ABCs of Research”

On Thursday, April 21st at 12:30pm, Ben Schneiderman, Computer Science Professor at the University of Maryland, will give a talk on The New ABCs of Research: Achieving Breakthrough Collaborations, his newly released book. See below for details, abstract, and bio. Date:  Thursday, April 21, 2016 Time:  12:30pm Location:  44 West 4th St, Kaufman Management Center, … Continue reading Ben Schneiderman to give talk on “The New ABCs of Research”

NYU Data Science Fellow Brenden Lake Paper Published in Science and Covered in New York Times Article

Brenden Lake, an NYU Moore Sloan Data Science Environment Fellow, has recently had one of his paper’s published in the journal Science. It has also been featured in the New York Times. To read the full text, please see here: Human-level concept learning through probabilistic program induction To read the New York Times article, please see … Continue reading NYU Data Science Fellow Brenden Lake Paper Published in Science and Covered in New York Times Article

Faculty Profiles: Shivendra Panwar

Shivendra Panwar is a Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, and the director for the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT).  CATT is a program that combines Data Science, Wireless Networks, and Cybersecurity from academic and industry research to tackle New York state’s most pressing economic … Continue reading Faculty Profiles: Shivendra Panwar

Audible Comes to CDS

Audible is an Amazon owned subscription based audiobook company using data science to help understand their customers, and give audiobook recommendations based on a books defining characteristics instead of popularity or genre. Whereas other recommendation services give suggestions fitting into the same genre, Audible gives recommendations on the aspects and qualities you look for in … Continue reading Audible Comes to CDS

Nielsen Comes to CDS

Have you ever wondered where TV ratings come from, or what TV ratings really are? Want to know how television networks decide when to pull the plug on a TV show, or keep it on air? Nielsen takes care of all that. Since 1923, Nielsen has provided statistical information on American radio and television programming, … Continue reading Nielsen Comes to CDS