Computer science graduate student tackles the "Turf Monster"
CSU ranks top ten at national CyberSEED competition
Who's a Good Boy?
Students use machine learning to reinforce canine behavior in real time

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Video: Provost’s Ethics Colloquium explores ethics of artificial intelligence

Privacy. Surveillance. Influence. Medical expert Matthew DeCamp and Colorado State University faculty explored the constellation of issues surrounding artificial intelligence during the annual Provost’s Ethics Colloquium this week.

National Security Agency names CSU a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

CSU’s designation is awarded through the 2027 academic year.

Virtual Reality Challenge winners announced

At the end of a three-day competition last weekend, team VRam team, consisting of seven students from computer science, construction management, data science, and design and merchandising, won first place at the CSU VR challenge, earning a $4,000 prize for their work.

Electrical and Computer Engineering seminar series begins October 3

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University will kick off a new seminar series on October 3 to highlight current and emerging research topics in the field. Leading experts will speak on an array of subjects, from robotics to cybersecurity.