Topic: Computer science

Meet Jacob Van Geffen, Class of 2018

May 17, 2018
Jacob Van Geffen

Jacob Van Geffen started coding early. He loved the feeling of creating something from scratch. He knew that he wanted others to be able to experience that feeling as well. UT Austin helped him accomplish that goal.

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New Patient Information-Sharing System Will Save Lives

May 31, 2017
hospital

Doctors don’t just manage our health — they manage our data. The Texas Advanced Computing Center, with its supercomputing capabilities, offers an unparalleled ability to manage massive data sets and save lives. 

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Mapping the Evolution of Literature Using Science Techniques

April 5, 2017
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A classicist, biologist and computer scientist all walk into a room — what comes next isn’t the punchline but a new method to analyze relationships among ancient Latin and Greek texts.

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TEA Award Helps UT Expand Computer Science Teacher Education

Jan. 25, 2017
Two Students Code Raspberry Pi

A new $5 million grant from TEA will help UT-Austin's WeTeach_CS program significantly increase teacher education initiatives that prepare Texas teachers to become certified in computer science. 

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How Artificial Intelligence Could Change Everything

Sept. 1, 2016
North American City Transformed by Artificial Intelligence

A panel of academic and industrial thinkers looks ahead to 2030 to forecast how advances in AI might affect life in a typical North American city.

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