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SunGard, UT create cloud center

November 10, 2011

SunGard and UT plan to identify research problems in the cloud computing field, pursue targeted research initiatives to solve those problems and commercialize the resulting research, officials said. ...

Professor Drives Research of Humanoid Robots

September 29, 2011

The Daily Texan features computer science professor Peter Stone. ...

Encrypting Data in the Cloud Brings Win for Texas

August 10, 2011

For his work on the foundations of a new way of encrypting data, Brent Waters from the University of Texas in Austin has been elected as one of this year's... ...

As IBM marks its first century, Austin remains in a key role

June 15, 2011

Collaborations with the Department of Computer Science have been key to the success of IBM in Austin and beyond. ...

As IBM marks its first century, Austin remains in a key role

June 15, 2011

Collaborations with the Department of Computer Science have been key to the success of IBM in Austin and beyond. Read more in the Statesman story: “As IBM marks its first century, Austin remains in a key role.” ...

IBM to collaborate with universities on Watson's QA tech

February 11, 2011

IBM and eight universities from around the world will collaborate on developing the company's Watson supercomputer and the question-answering technology behind it. The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Science which will collaborate on automated reasoning and common sense. ...

Three cheers for Watson

February 11, 2011

Count computer scientists Bruce Porter, Ray Mooney and Ken Barker among those cheering for the machine in the Jeopardy! Challenge, which pits two human Jeopardy! champions against Watson, a computer built by IBM Corp. ...

Texas, nation in need of computer scientists

December 15, 2010

In a story about the need for computer scientists, Computer Science Department chair Bruce Porter speaks with News 8 Austin. ...

Texas, Nation in Need of Computer Scientists

December 14, 2010

Nationwide, computer scientists are in high demand. In Central Texas, high school seniors David Weiser and Alex Smith are ahead of the game when it comes to computers. They’ve developed a new social media website called Webcam Window. ...

UT professor says profiling not effective against terror

November 29, 2010

Racial profiling is a “fundamentally flawed” method of catching terrorists, and is no more effective than random sampling techniques, according to a recent study by a UT computer science professor. Read more at the Daily Texan. ...

UTCS Student Andrew Mills along with two other teammates from the McCombs School of Business win Rice University's National Competition

April 14, 2008

From CNNMoney.com - The Qcue team plans to take on the big players in the secondary ticket sales market, such as Ticketmaster's TicketsNow and eBay's StubHub. ...

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