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Generating Stylized Comic Art With Stable Diffusion, Audrey Zhang, UG '25 (7A3C3CD0)

Stable Diffusion (SD) and other AI diffusion models can generate images in seconds. These models, however, are trained on millions of images, and sometimes not all are taken with consent. This is…

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What Does It Say? Post-OCR Correction with OpenAI’s GPT Models, James Zhang, UG '25 (218B610D)

The digitization of historical documents is crucial for preserving and providing access to our humanity—our history, our culture, and our lessons. Yet, the process continues to face unresolved…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Carrie Branch

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Carrie Branch "Sexual selection, female choice, and cognitive adaptation in a food-caching bird"

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PLI Barbara Graziosi

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Place and the New York Philharmonic, Isabella Dail, UG '26 and Connor Frank, UG '26 (3993941)

We analyzed a dataset about the New York Philharmonic performance history from their first concert until present day. The data included information about topics like musical scores, soloed…

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Phishing - Don't Take the Bait

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ReMatch+ Intern - Laura Fang

Uncertainty Quantification for Machine Learning Models

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CITP Seminar: Juan Gilbert – Can Voters Detect Ballot Manipulations with a Transparent Voting Machine?

Touch-screen ballot-marking devices (BMDs) produce paper ballots that are counted by optical-scan voting machines and can be recounted by hand. If the BMD is hacked or misprogrammed so that it prints…

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Census Linking Project Origin Story

Leah Boustan of Princeton University and Ran Abramitzky of Stanford University explain why they started the Census Linking Project.

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