Cyberspace, like any neighborhood, has its share of disreputable regions. According to University of Chicago graduate student and Knowledge Lab researcher Cody Braun, though, once you get into the “bad internet,” it’s hard to get out.
Climate change is a global process that affects everyone on Earth. However, until recently, the tools used for climate change research and the data driving and produced by those studies was accessible to only a small portion of the population. Last week, as part of RDCEP’s Discovery Engines: Under the Hood workshop series, David Kelly and Michael Glotter taught an audience of researchers and students how they can use new available climate data and tools.
An article from Benjamin Recchie of the University of Chicago Research Computing Center looks at how CI Senior Fellow John Goldsmith and graduate student Jackson Lee use high-performance computing to better understand how computers -- and by extension, humans -- learn the rules of language.