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News Byte A free digital society
Dr. Richard Stallman discusses the trade-offs associated with having a free digital society, and whether or not digital inclusion is good on a larger scale.
News Story High-tech robotics center coming to U-Michigan
The U-M Board of Regents approved the College of Engineering's new robotics building project on April 16. The three-story, 100,000-square-foot facility is ...
News Story Google-funded Flint water app helps residents find lead risk, resources
A mobile app and website built for the city of Flint is available now to help the community manage the water crisis. It was developed by U-M researchers and ...
News Byte Provable bounds for machine learning: Getting around intractability
In this Lecture on Demand, Sanjeev Arora of Princeton discusses the use of heuristic algorithms in machine learning and how you can automate the process of ...
News Story How close are we to having robot companions?
Will advances in artificial intelligence bring us closer to having robots in our homes? A Michigan Engineering expert weighs in on the goals and outlook for ...
News Story Two Michigan Engineers selected for Sloan research fellowships
Two Michigan Engineering professors are among the 126 early-career professors from the United States and Canada selected as 2015 Alfred P. Sloan research ...
News Story chemical/x-molconn-Z New Toyota autonomous vehicle hub boosts region's leadership in transforming mobility
In a step that bolsters the region's strong driverless technology development ecosystem, U-M will be collaborating with Toyota to establish an autonomous ...
News Story Hacking into homes: Security flaws found in SmartThings connected home system
Cybersecurity researchers were able to hack into the leading "smart home" automation system and essentially get the PIN code to the front door.
News Story What are quantum computers going to do for us?
U-M engineers are developing quantum computer technology that may have big implications for cyber security. But what exactly is a quantum computer, and will ...
News Story chemical/x-pdb Nadkarni gift invests in student entrepreneurs
Shirish and Manisha Nadkarni have made an expendable gift to be used at the discretion of the chair of the CSE Division of EECS. Its purpose is to support ...
News Story Mourning the loss of an innovator
J. Robert Beyster, a namesake of the Bob and Betty Beyster Building and funder of Michigan Engineering's largest fellowship program, has died. He was 90 years ...
News Story chemical/x-molconn-Z Robotics Day links research and education in national hub
In transportation, healthcare, education and beyond, robots are changing lives, say the organizers of the fifth annual Michigan Robotics Day. And they are ...
News Story U-M, IBM partner on advanced conversational computing system
In an effort to help solve one of the grand challenges of artificial intelligence, U-M and IBM have launched a $4.5M collaboration to develop a new class of ...
News Story Professor's free website encryption service passes 7M certificates
A Michigan Engineering professor is on a mission to secure every website on the internet, and he and his team are making great strides.
News Story text/texmacs Smart carts
A fleet of "SmartCarts" -- high-tech, 3D printed, low-speed electric vehicles -- could one day zip around campus, taking students, professors and staff to ...
News Story Lie-detecting software uses real court case data
By studying videos from high-stakes court cases, University of Michigan researchers are building unique lie-detecting software based on real-world data.
News Byte Pascal source code Michigan data mining workshop
Faculty, staff, and graduate students working in the fields of data mining, broadly construed. We speak about data-centric applications to problems in all ...
News Story Lie detecting software
By studying videos from high-stakes court cases, University of Michigan researchers are building unique lie-detecting software based on real-world data.
News Byte Computer science with soul - DME
Students in a software engineering course developed technologies to help one teen communicate. They're also working to fill a void in the market for assistive ...
News Byte D source code First class of Leinweber Scholars announced
The inaugural class of a Michigan Engineering scholarship was selected, with a goal to encourage U-M computer science students to stay in Michigan.
News Story text/texmacs Leinweber gift to fund students in computer science
Scholarships are meant to build Michigan software pipeline of talent.
News Byte Troff document Debugging DC: Why government is that way, and how to start fixing it
Edward Felten talks about his time as the first Chief Technologist at the Federal Trade Commission in this lecture: technologists often complain that ...
News Story U-M Autonomous boat team takes third place at RoboBoat 2015
Buoyed by a sleek new hull design, the University of Michigan autonomous boat team finished third out of 16 competitors in the 2015 Roboboat competition, held ...
News Byte application/x-troff-ms Big data is (at least) four different problems
Michael Stonebraker (MS 1966, PhD 1971) has been a pioneer of database research and technology for more than a quarter of a century.
News Story Troff document Holes found in report on St. Jude medical device security
A report that alleged security flaws in a popular brand of pacemaker and other life-saving medical devices has major flaws of its own, Michigan Engineering ...
News Byte Troff document Taking bipedal walking robots from science fiction to science fact
In science fiction, robots walk, run, and jump better than you. In reality, can you count on them to walk over rubble and pull you from a burning building? Not ...
News Byte D source code Second class of Leinweber Software Scholars announced
The second class of a Michigan Engineering scholarship was selected, with a goal to encourage U-M computer science students to stay in Michigan.
News Story image/x-jg Tactile art
A device developed in combination with Michigan engineering and architecture enables a tactile coloring book of sorts, enabling collaborative play for children ...
News Story 2013 Alumni Merit Award Recipient (CSE)
Mr. Steremberg, who previously received the Alumni Recent Graduate Award and is a member of the College’s Engineering Advisory Council, is a co-founder and ...
News Story chemical/x-pdb Lees make gift to empower CSE student activities
Dr. Peter (BS '82, MS '82, PhD '87) and Susan Lee have made a $25,000 discretionary gift for student activities to the Computer Science Engineering (CSE) ...