Carnegie Mellon

Carnegie Mellon

Carnegie Mellon

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Founded
1900
Raised
$17.1M
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$5,600,000
Grant - 2014
$10,000,000
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Team Size
5000+
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Carnegie Mellon’s robotic painter is a step toward AI that can learn art techniques by watching people

VentureBeat

Carnegie Mellon’s robotic painter is a step toward AI that can learn art techniques by watching people

TechXplore

Carnegie Mellon tool automatically turns math into pictures

VR 360

Carnegie Mellon research aims to combine touch with useability in VR: A winning approach? - Virtual Reality News

VentureBeat

Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh develop low-cost, modular ICU ventilator

ZDNet

Carnegie Mellon research suggests our view of COVID-19 is going to change with ‘digital surveillance’

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Carnegie Mellon Unveils Five Interactive COVID-19 Maps

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Facebook surveys users about coronavirus symptoms as part of Carnegie Mellon research project

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Carnegie Mellon Neuroscience Institute

TechXplore

Mapping a path to more equitable housing

VentureBeat

Carnegie Mellon researchers propose AI that surfaces positive online comments

Cointelegraph

Carnegie Mellon University Sees $4M Pledge to Develop DeFi Research Program

Fast Company

How Carnegie Mellon helped transform Pittsburgh into a smart city playground

TechXplore

Deep learning helps tease out gene interactions

TechXplore

New analytical tool locates shooters using smartphone video

TechXplore

Trash talk hurts, even when it comes from a robot

TechXplore

CyLab researchers propose new rules for Internet fairness

TechXplore

Putting the power of a film director in an autonomous drone

3D Printing Industry

Carnegie Mellon granted $1.95 million to build aerosol jet printed neural probes

VentureBeat

Carnegie Mellon and Oregon State team wins first leg of DARPA Subterranean Challenge robot competition

Robotics