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COVID-19 variants can’t hide from Variabel

COVID-19 variants can’t hide from Variabel Monday, Mar. 14, 2022

Treangen Lab develops program to find ‘low-frequency’ variants in sequence data


Adam Zawierucha

Adam Zawierucha is developing products and communication skills Friday, Mar. 11, 2022

CS and math major helped create the map app for Rice Public Art.


Three Rice CS faculty researchers win NSF CAREER Awards

Three Rice CS faculty researchers win NSF CAREER Awards Wednesday, Mar. 2, 2022

Dautenhahn, Kyrillidis and Yao earn grants, which are among the most competitive and prestigious given by the federal agency.


Vicky Yao wins CAREER Award

Vicky Yao wins CAREER Award Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2022

Rice CS assistant professor will build tools to study DNA methylation


Charles Jiang is building AI to empower software engineers

Charles Jiang is building AI to empower software engineers Monday, Feb. 28, 2022

Computer science Ph.D. student's research lies at the intersection of machine learning and program synthesis.


AI and ML Engineer testing out an AI chatbot application on a mobile phone device

AI and Machine Learning Engineers: Roles and Career Pathways Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022

AI & ML engineers are in high demand due to their skills and experience. Learn what these engineers do and how to launch your career in AI or ML.


Data scientist developing machine learning models and AI solutions

Data Science vs. Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: What’s the Difference? Friday, Feb. 18, 2022

Though data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are all connected, there are key differences. Learn more about the distinctions from Rice.


Jasmine Manansala Rice Undergraduate wearing a Jeopardy! jacket

Rice CS Senior Jasmine Manansala talks ‘Jeopardy!’ lessons learned, friendships forged after game show appearance Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022

Manansala's episode of The National College Championship aired February 8th


Rice CS' Hu and Costilla-Reyes win highly competitive NSF Small Business Innovation Research grant

Rice CS' Hu and Costilla-Reyes win highly competitive NSF Small Business Innovation Research grant Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022

The grant will help further develop their system for creating machine-learning models used in Internet of Things industrial hardware


Jermaine, Mukherjee and team achieve program synthesis breakthrough by combining neural machine learning and symbolic methods to write programs without semantic errors

ML models teach computer programs to write other computer programs Friday, Feb. 11, 2022

Jermaine, Mukherjee and team combine neural machine learning and symbolic methods to write programs without semantic errors