Topic: Computer Science Degree

Computers Are Watching Videos To Learn The World Around Them

By: | Nov 7, 2016

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, let their AI computer watch a year’s worth of videos from the web in the name of learning about sounds. It is more common now that computers can identify objects, faces, animals, and landmarks – but the sounds in our world are still foreign to them. A group of… Read more »

STEM or STEAM?

By: | Oct 20, 2016

“Whether instructed to stroke ten thousand cycles or even just a few hundred, the computer never complains. It always compiles.” -John Maeda There has been much debate if the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field should incorporate art into their department – becoming “STEAM.” When I first heard of this about a year ago I… Read more »

Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, And The Fourth Wall

By: | Sep 16, 2016

The Voice Assistant  Apple and Microsoft have, over the years, established their AI persona in the market. Apple’s Siri has changed the way users search for information over the web drastically. It hit the market so fast and so abundantly that Google has to now compete with Wolfram Alpha’s search (which Siri uses). Microsoft has… Read more »

Intro to Mobile App Development: Android Studio

By: | Dec 9, 2015

Greetings and salutations! When you’re going into the Computer Science field, it’s a pretty broad environment so you may find that you’ll be asking yourself where you want to specialize in. Maybe you’d want to focus on web development, or perhaps building a desktop application. Throughout my time as a student at UAT, I have… Read more »