Introducing Minds, Brains, & Machines
NYU Minds, Brains, and Machines is a new campus initiative to focus research and educational opportunities around these topics. The project was initiated by FAS Dean Antonio Merlo via a FAS-wide conference about the relationship between human and machine intelligence. Current priorities includes a hiring cluster which connects several academics units at NYU including Psychology, the Center for Data Science, the Center for Neural Science, and the Flatiron Institute.
Featured Research Projects
CDS Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Data Science, Andrew Gordon Wilson, recently received the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, under the Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Program, for his project “New Frontiers in Bayesian Deep Learning”.
Congratulations to CDS Clinical Faculty Member Pascal Wallisch for winning NYU’s Arts and Science Teaching Innovation Award. The Arts and Science Teaching Innovation award honors faculty members who provide dynamic learning experiences and leverage technology-enhanced solutions to teach students. Award winners are invited to participate in the Interactive Teaching Innovation Conference to present their findings to the NYU community.
Responsible Data Science and AI: Accounting for Dataset Shifts and Designing Fair Machine Learning Systems
Recently, CDS PhD student, Harvineet Singh, had the opportunity to present in the University of Michigan’s Future Leaders Summit. The theme of the summit? Responsible Data Science and AI.
CDS Research Groups
Faculty Research Areas
To learn more about our what each of our faculty cover, please see the link below.
CDS faculty has received awards such as the Turing Award, the Silver Professorship, the Google Faculty Award, and more.