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Amy Greenwald Delivers Opening Remarks At Women In Machine Learning Workshop's Tenth Anniversary

Professor Amy Greenwald of Brown University's Department of Computer Science delivered opening remarks and made multiple other contributions to a workshop she helped found that's celebrating a proud anniversary: Women In Machine Learning (WiML) turned ten this year. Amy made a significant founding contribution to the workshop by writing the initial National Science ...

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To learn more about Sarah's research, click the image above to see a two-minute video.
Joining such luminaries as Alan Turing, Bill Joy, and One Direction, the work of Sarah Sachs, an undergraduate in Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS), has been featured in Wired, the Today Show, and other publications ...

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PhD Student Ashley Conard Interviewed About GHC By SiliconANGLE

“As we continue to move forward in this technological age," says Brown CS PhD Candidate Ashley Conard, "you need to couple computer science with what you do.” Last week, Gabriel Pesek of SiliconANGLE interviewed Ashley, an Anita Borg Institute Student Board member who has attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) since ...

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Students Hone Business Ideas At Startup Conference

by Kevin Stacey (Science News Officer, Physical Sciences)

Around 300 Brown and RISD students gathered last weekend for the inaugural Startup@Brown conference. The two-day event aimed to bring students together with a distinguished group of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and business leaders to learn the ins and outs of the startup world.

Attendees went to ...

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Startup@Brown (9/26-27) Brings Together Innovative Startups And Talented Students

Hosted by Brown University's Department of Computer Science and organized in collaboration with Hack@Brown and Brown Entrepreneurship, Startup@Brown is a weekend-long conference from September 26-27 that aims to bring together innovative startups and talented students.

Startup@Brown will include Talks (speakers include trailblazing founders, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists), a Startup Fair (students ...

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Read More: Community Outreach Connects Brown CS Students To The Providence Area

Brown CS students inspire and lead members of the greater Providence community through outreach to schools and summer programs. To read more, click on these links:

Brown CS Supports Brown's First Feminist Conference For RI High School Students

Brown CS Brings An Hour Of Code To 130+ Kids

Brown University Hosts Northeast Robotics Colloquium ...

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Brown Ranks #8 For Graduating Female Founders Of VC-Funded Companies

For more stories on why Brown CS is so great, check out our Praise for Brown CS page here.

Brown CS alumni continue to rank highly as industry pioneers. Click here for a list of related stories.

CrunchBase has just concluded its first report on female founders of VC-funded companies. Among other findings, it reveals ...

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Writing in The New Yorker, Brown University's Elias I. Muhanna, Manning Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, describes the experience of working with "Henry", a Brown CS student who helped him develop an algorithm that could detect different types of rhetorical figures in a large corpus of poetry.

"Our collaboration," he explains, "didn’t need ...

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Community outreach connects Brown CS students to the Providence area. For more articles on how Brown CS students inspire and lead members of the greater Providence community click here.

BREAKING NEWS: Brown CS is proud to report that Louisa has just been declared a Kode with Karlie Scholarship winner.  Congratulations, Louisa!  Profiles of the 2015 ...

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It's Never Too Late To Try CS, Enthusiastic Undergrads Tell Brown Classmates

This year alone, 771 Brown students took introductory CS classes. The rest are probably asking themselves:

* What kinds of things can I do with a CS degree?
* Can I do CS without concentrating in it?
* Do I have to take a ton of math to do CS?
To answer these ...