Tagged as “computer science”
Ever wonder how Netflix knows what movies you like or how Pandora can turn you on to a band you’ve never heard of? It’s all based on recommendation algorithms: computer codes that analyze what you watch, listen to or buy and recommend something new that you might enjoy.
ITHACA, NY — Of the more than 88,000 international high school- and college- student teams registered to compete in the 2011 Microsoft Imagine Cup, only 124 will gather in New York City, July 8 to 13, for the Worldwide Finals, and one of them is from Ithaca College. The team of Ashley Alicea, Marc Howard, Corey Jeffers and Evan Marinaro — creators of the video game...
ITHACA, NY — New computer methods are being used to shed light on a number of recent controversies in the world of art. For example, fractal analysis has cast doubt on the authenticity of a cache of paintings attributed to Jackson Pollock, while an international group of computer and image scientists is studying the brushstrokes in paintings by van Gogh to detect forgeries. What can...