Artificial Intelligence

The UW artificial intelligence group studies the computational mechanisms underlying intelligent behavior. We are active in a wide variety of research areas, including machine learning, natural language processing, probabilistic reasoning, automated planning, machine reading, and intelligent user interfaces. We are one of the top centers for AI research in the world, as demonstrated by our consistently winning paper awards at the top AI conferences and our many faculty awards. For more information, please have a look at our online demos, download one of our released systems, or click on one of the subareas below.

The Death Penalty in Black and White: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides

by Richard C. Dieter, Esq. Executive Director, Death Penalty Information Center June 1998 It is tempting to pretend that minorities on death row share a fate in no way connected to our own, that our treatment of them sounds no echoes beyond the chambers in which they die. Such an illusion is ultimately corrosive, for the reverberations of injustice are not so easily confined. -Justice William Brennan (1987) Table of Contents Executive Summary The results of two new studies which underscore the continuing injustice of racism in the application of the death penalty are being released through this report.

Affiliated computer sciences

Wei Wayne Li, Ph.D. CS Dept. Interim Chair Email:

Chair Message Welcome to the Department of Computer Science at Texas Southern University. In our department, we have a long tradition of commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and student services. We offer BS degree in Computer Science with Minor, BS degree in Computer Science with Computer Networks Concentration, MS degree in Computer Science, and Ph. D. degree in Environmental Toxicology affiliated with the Department of Environment Science and Technology. Our graduates are very well placed and recognized within the Computer Science professions, at both national and international levels.

Advantages of computer science

Advantages & Disadvantages of Computer Saturday, August 21, 2010 Advantages of Computer Some of the advantages of using the Computer are as follows: Computer perform functions/calculation at very high speed. Computer can store large volume of data in a small chip or device. It produces 100 percent(%) accurate output. It can be used for different purposes and in different fields like education, medical, banking, entertainment, science and technology. Computer never get tried or bored of doing repetitive type of work unlike human beings.

Advancements in computer science

Other People Are Reading DNA Forensic science has developed testing for DNA, which allows a forensics team to match DNA and identify those involved in a crime, whether they are a criminal or victim. Scientists are constantly looking at ways to improve the testing procedures. For example, advancements in DNA testing means evidence once considered unusable is now viable. Older cases are being reexamined and solved as a result. Investigators are finding more evidence even in smaller samples viable for testing. Information Sharing Systems Devices Technology has produced several devices that help advance the criminal justice system.

Advanced computer science

Sse MSc Advanced Computer Science The programme is intended for computer science graduates and computer professionals who wish to broaden and deepen their understanding of computer science and in, particular, of Data Science. A prior programming experience is required. This programme offers a challenging, flexible scheme of study invigorated by the research interests and expertise of our academics, and by the unique location of Reading at the heart of the "Silicon Valley of Europe". The programme provides a unique opportunity to develop leading-edge in-depth knowledge of specific computer science disciplines for the analysis of data and covers topics such as modern programming paradigms (e.


We make it easy to get started. Undergraduate Students For undergraduate work, we use four criteria to determine whether a student is a good fit for our teacher education program: A student essay Letters of recommendation A high school GPA of 3. 0 or a transfer student cumulative GPA of 2. 75 Combined SAT scores of 1000 on math and critical reading sections Graduate Students Every department within the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education has different criteria to find best-fit students. However, all schools expect: A minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.

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Background for Teachers DVD-Rom 21st Century Learners (P21) Pearson encourages 21 st century learning by infusing the core subjects and themes throughout our programs—Life and Career Skills, Learning and Innovation Skills, and Information, Media, and Technology Skills. The ultimate goal—to ensure that every child is prepared for the 21 st century with skills like critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, innovation and global competence. Whiteboard Compatible (WBC) Digital Courseware Our fully digital programs and ebooks provide cutting-edge online instruction with a seamless transition from the textbook, allowing students to complete assignments, access videos and activities, and take online tests and remediation.


Creator Of Advanced Data Processing Architecture Wins 2014 Doctoral Dissertation Award Matei Zaharia won the 2014 Doctoral Dissertation Award for his innovative solution to tackling the surge in data processing workloads, and accommodating the speed and sophistication of complex multi-stage applications and more interactive ad-hoc queries. His work proposed a new architecture for cluster computing systems, achieving best-in-class performance in a variety of workloads while providing a simple programming model that lets users easily and efficiently combine them.

Academic Advisors

The College of Computing Sciences academic advisors are here to assist you with your academic questions. Amanda Ackerman Undergraduate Advisor: Last names starting with R - Z Michele Bell Undergraduate Advisor: Last names starting with E - L Casey Hennessey Undergraduate Advisor: Last names starting with A - D Please click here for our advising feedback form. . .

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