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Using Semantic Vectors to Uncover Nuance and Better Understand Ancient Roman Texts and Culture, Natalia Tam, UG '25 (4391AAA4)

Latin is difficult for machines to translate due to the language being highly inflectional and overlapping word forms frequently creating ambiguity. Even with the help of dedicated human translators,…

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Business Resilience: Investigating Changes in Company Language During Crises, Brandon Cheng, UG '25 (E69FFA75)

This entry investigates the nature of language used by businesses in disclosure documents (10Ks and 10Qs) and earnings calls during crises that had negative financial impacts. After applying three…

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Making Your Code Run Faster: Hardware Acceleration for Similar Input Data, Haiyue Ma, GS (2924007)

It is crucial to make computer programs run faster. Traditionally, the execution time for the same program stays the same regardless of the inputs. Based on the observation that programs tend to…

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Making Models and Mining Mimics: Insights From Computer Vision Into How Biological Systems Solve Visual Problems, Yael Stochel, UG '22 (3965102)

Heliconius butterflies, a genus of butterfly that lives in South America, exhibit Mullerian mimicry, a type of mimicry in which toxic unrelated species evolve to share warning signals to teach and…

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CITP Seminar: Amy Winecoff - Today’s Machine Learning Needs Yesterday’s Social Science

Research on machine learning (ML) algorithms, as well as on their ethical impacts, has focused largely on mathematical or computational questions. However, for algorithmic systems to be useful,…

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Earth's first reefs and the beginnings of animal life, Ryan Manzuk, GS (2306039)

Just over 500 million years ago, many of the animal forms recognized today suddenly appear in the geologic record. This rapid evolutionary event often is referred to as the Cambrian Explosion, and…

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