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A Human-Robot Interaction System

Computer Engineering alumnus Mohit Shridhar (Class of 2017) introduces his robotic system, INGRESS, designed to help robots identify everday objects and understand unconstrained human language.

NUS Computing Music Concert

NUS Computing students, staff, and alumni gathered in one place to play a number of familiar tunes in the school's first live music concert. The concert is part of CS4347 Sound and Music Computing module taught by Associate Professor Wang Ye.

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23 January 2020

 

A few years ago, Yair Zick was attending a conference in Stockholm when he struck up a conversation with two researchers from the University of Southern California (USC). Zick, a computer scientist from NUS Computing, was investigating how the concepts of fairness and diversity could be applied to allocating public housing flats in Singapore. The USC researchers, Bryan Wilder and Milind Tambe, were interested in Zick’s work because they were trying to solve a resource allocation problem of their own.

Department of Computer Science , Research , Feature , Artificial Intelligence

27 December 2019

 

A child wearing a red ski-suit

The shiny, black robotic arm gleamed as it whirred into action and ‘waved’ at us, accompanied by Alexa’s robotic, yet (somehow) cheery, disembodied greeting, “Hello! My name is MICO.” Mohit Shridhar stretched his lanky frame across the counter to place plastic replicas of a few everyday objects—a red bowl, an apple, and a banana—on the white tablecloth in front of MICO. Then Shridhar instructed, “Alexa, tell MICO to pick up the apple.” The robotic arm contorted and whirred until it held its gripper over the apple. “Do you mean this?” Alexa asked. “Alexa, tell MICO to go ahead,” Shridhar confirmed. MICO obediently, albeit mechanically, lowered its gripper and picked up the apple.

Department of Computer Science , Alum , Research , Feature , Artificial Intelligence

18 December 2019

 

From investigating the probability of losing jobs to artificial intelligence (AI), to the benefits of pop-up ads—here are the recent research breakthroughs by the Department of Information Systems and Analytics, presented at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019.

Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , Feature , Computational Social Science , Data Science & Business Analytics , Healthcare Informatics

 Wed 29 Jan 2020
 10:30AM - 12:00PM Large Scale Distributed Stream Processing Applications and Research Directions
MR3, COM2-02-26
 01:30PM - 03:00PM Who Moved Firms' Cheese? Examining the Impact of End-Users Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) on Firms' Analytics Capabilities
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Fri 31 Jan 2020
 01:30PM - 03:00PM Joint Mixed Membership Clustering for Identifying Adverse Drug Events
MR1, COM1-03-19
 Mon 03 Feb 2020
 10:00AM - 11:30AM Efficient Sliding-Windowalgorithms For Real-Time Data Stream Analytics
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 01:30PM - 03:00PM Three projects from BASICS Farm System at Dongguk University
MR6, AS6-05-10
 02:00PM - 03:30PM Supporting keyword search in temporal databases
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Tue 04 Feb 2020
 02:00PM - 03:30PM Co-Creation and Implementation of Cryptocurrency in Blockchain Solution
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Wed 05 Feb 2020
 02:00PM - 03:30PM Defense against Micro-architecture Level Transient Execution-based Attacks via Program Analysis
MR1, COM1-03-19
 02:00PM - 03:30PM A Literature Review of Blockchain Research
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Thu 06 Feb 2020
 10:00AM - 11:30AM Cost Performance of Scaling Applications on the Cloud
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02