The judicial systems of eight states utilize a computational process sometimes referred to as algorithmic sentencing, which uses algorithms to assess the risk of a criminal committing future crimes. This assessment then provides guidance for judges as they make sentencing ...
It's a new and strange moment, captured in the photo that heads the article: a robot has just plucked the petals of an artifical daisy, with an eye to someday replacing the intricate but backbreaking ...
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"Our justice system can't guarantee fair outcomes," says Professor Philip Klein of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS), "but it can guarantee fair processes. Gerrymandering is a political issue more than a technical one, but we're trying ...
by Kevin Stacey (Science News Writer, Physical Sciences)
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded four Brown University faculty members with Director’s Fellowships, which are given to the top performers among agency’s Young Faculty Award recipients.
David Borton, Amanda Jamieson, George Konidaris and Stefanie Tellex each won Young Faculty Awards in ...
From a sea of 6,432 applicants from across the globe, two recent Brown University graduates landed honors among just 25 global winners cited for the top undergraduate research papers of 2017 as judged by the prestigious Undergraduate Awards.
Tushar Bhargava, a 2017 Brown CS graduate, earned top honors for the politics and international relations ...
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by Albert Dong '19 (Computer Science and Economics)
Registration is open now at www.startupatbrown.org!
When I got to Brown as a freshman, I knew I wanted to dive right into the startup scene. Since I can remember, I’ve always loved creating things and working on projects with teams. I had come to ...
Brown CS grad students are invited to a launch event ("Empowering Collaboration / Expanding Networks") by Brown University's Data Science Initiative (DSI). It includes lunch, roundtables with data science-related research groups and institutes, a reception, and a keynote by Andrew Moore, Dean of Computer Science at Carnegie Mason University.
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