46 results for News, Department of Computer Science
Fixing back problems and improving hygiene at music festivals: innovative ideas by this year’s undergraduate student projects
The theme of this year’s annual SCI course project was health and well-being
In his doctoral dissertation, Max Sjöblom examines services like YouTube and Twitch and tries to understand why people keep watching others play video games
Algorithm-based artificial intelligence can help optimise bus routes, factories and work shift lists. It can also be used to automate the much of current software development.
Smart Cities Centre of Excellence to be established as a joint project between Tallinn University of Technology and Aalto University
CS Dissertation: Tuomo Lempiäinen increases understanding of capabilities and limitations of distributed systems
During his doctoral studies, Tuomo Lempiäinen studied the theory of distributed computing and participated in the organization of the ALGO conference.
As well as aiming to fix the programmer shortage, topics on the 5 April event will also include the accountability of the construction industry, climate change, and the net impact of companies.
The topics covered in the alumni seminar also included new business models and the societal impact of AI and digitalisation.
CS Dissertation: Jarno Lintusaari reveals recent developments in approximate computational inference
In his doctoral thesis Jarno Lintusaari modeled the complex spread of tuberculosis with Approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) methods and he was one of the main developers of openly available software tool ELFI
Scientific conferences are expensive, time-consuming and often involve a heavy carbon footprint. Luckily, there are alternatives
By combining artificial intelligence and hyperspectral imaging, we can make sure facilities are clean during norovirus and flu season—cutting cleaning costs and reducing use of disinfectants
EIT Digital has decided on a new strategic innovation agenda for years 2020-2022.
From 15th until 17th February 2019 the Helsinki SkyWheel and Allas Sea Pool are the base for the 5th Quantum Game Jam; an intensive weekend during which game makers and physicists get together with the aim of creating games that harness the nature of quantum mechanics.
New approach holds potential to slash research and development costs for designer materials and technologies of the future
One hundred master and doctoral students will develop 5G and IoT application during the first weekend in May. There are still a few places available for corporate partners!
Finnish Olympiad in Informatics announces winners: a study place and international contests as incentives for secondary school students
Finnish Olympiad in Informatics 2019 winners are Santeri Toivonen, Roope Salmi and Olli Järviniemi. The competition may guarantee a study place at a university for the best competitors or take them to international programming competitions.
Artists have for long been quick to experiment, use and misuse new technologies--but does AI mean the end of human-made art?
Using semantic matching to find teachers and students for the FITech Summer Boost course.
The Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI) has been selected as a Flagship of the Academy of Finland, which is a status granted to very few selected centers of excellence with high societal impact.
Quantum Technology studies begin at Aalto – Pioneering physics student Artturi Jalli is already programming the IBM quantum computer
The unique Quantum Technology major takes you to the forefront of the ongoing quantum revolution in computation, communication, sensing, and simulation.