An incubator in a university setting, the Hariri Institute for Computing initiates, catalyzes, and propels transformative computational and data-driven research and training initiatives across the landscape of academic disciplines for a better society.
Researching COVID-19 in the Media
A team of researchers from the Artificial Intelligence & Emerging Media (AIEM), which is housed in the Hariri Institute for Computing and is part Read more
Two Hariri Faculty Fellows Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure
In a recent article in BU Today, two Hariri Institute for Computing Research Fellows were recognized for their impact and Read more
Pruned Neural Networks Are Surprisingly Modular
BU Security Group Speaker: Shlomi Hod, PhD Student, Computer Science, Boston University When: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 Time: 11:00am-12:00pm ZOOM Info: https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/222968851?pwd=RTBhSnVnbDhqbnFrMWRSeVU1alYyUT09 Read more
Hariri Institute Hosts Town Hall on “How Can Computing and Data Science Contribute to Antiracism?”
Last week the Hariri Institute for Computing hosted a virtual town hall-style meeting titled “How Can Computing and Data Science Read more
Can Rapid Response Data Science Teams Help Prevent Future Pandemics?
Eric Kolaczyk, The Director of Hariri Institute of Computing, shares his opinion with BU Today, in an article titled “POV: COVID-19 Shows Read more