NYPD uses new pattern recognition software co-created by CUSP Alum Alex Chohlas-Wood to help solve crimes

New York City Police Officer

The New York City Department is using a new pattern-spotting software to help connect crimes across precincts and solve crimes more quickly.The software, Patternizr, uses machine learning to sort through hundreds of thousands of crime files logged in the NYPD's database, helping… Continue Reading NYPD uses new pattern recognition software co-created by CUSP Alum Alex Chohlas-Wood to help solve crimes

Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence to Help Mitigate Noise Pollution in NYC

Featured by New York University. The Sounds of New York City (SONYC) project launches its first citizen science initiative to help NYU researchers train machine listening models.The Sounds of New York City (SONYC) —a first-of-its-kind research project addressing urban noise pollution—has launched… Continue Reading Citizen Scientists Train Artificial Intelligence to Help Mitigate Noise Pollution in NYC

SONYC: A System for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution

Juan Bello discusses SONYC

Juan P. Bello and Charles Mydlarz discuss "SONYC: A System for the Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution," a Contributed Article in the February 2019 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery (CACM) Magazine. https://vimeo.com/310203443Noise is unwanted or harmful… Continue Reading SONYC: A System for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Mitigating Urban Noise Pollution

CUSP MS Alum Dana Chermesh Reshef presents research on TLV rezoning feasibility at Tel Aviv University

CUSP Alum Dana Chermesh presents research on TLV rezoning feasibility

NYU CUSP Alum Dana Chermesh Reshef recently gave a lecture about her Tel Aviv rezoning feasibility research for Master of Architecture students at Tel-Aviv University. The talk evolved into a sold-out event with 100 participants- including the Israeli Planners Association and… Continue Reading CUSP MS Alum Dana Chermesh Reshef presents research on TLV rezoning feasibility at Tel Aviv University

Software by CUSP Visiting Scholar Vincent Lostanlen featured in newly released record

Headshot of Vincent Lostanlen

Visiting Scholar Vincent Lostanlen’s research-creation collaboration with composer Florian Hecker is now available in a newly released album.Vincent has been collaborating with Hecker since 2016 on various computer music pieces, including:Alte Oper, Frankfurt, 2016.Modulator (Scattering Transform). Museum of Modern Art,… Continue Reading Software by CUSP Visiting Scholar Vincent Lostanlen featured in newly released record