Receiving co-author status on a research paper is an honor typically reserved for faculty researchers, graduate or Ph.D. students. Researchers carefully select the few students they take on to work with them on a project, and not every project leads to a published or presented paper.
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Whether human or digital, the sacrifice you make for having a personal assistant is privacy. Until now, that is. Researchers from the Department of Computer Science developed a digital assistant app that does not compromise privacy and answers the question, how can we provide personalized news recommendations without sharing sensitive data with the provider?
In a department that always seems to be on fast-forward, the Department of Computer Science is set on “pause” as it celebrates the accomplishments of women in computer science as part of Women’s History Month.