Harini Sundaram

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Articles

  • Google's blunder with AI ethics

    We’ve seen it all on the big screens. HAL from A Space Odyssey. Skynet from The Terminator. Ultron from Avengers: Age of Ultron. With the intense fear of artificial intelligence (AI) taking over the world and initiating the apocalypse, you would think that we would take more precautions and considerations of the ethics of AI in industry today.

    Forum | March 1, 2021
  • r/wallstreetbets: an underdog story

    It all started with a Reddit group. “Like 4chan found a Bloomberg terminal," it reads in its tag line.

    Forum | February 8, 2021
  • Spring semester update

    In preparation for the new semester, Carnegie Mellon University is ramping up its latest addition to its COVID safety measures, Tartan Testing, as President Jahanian announced in December.

    News | January 13, 2021
  • COVID is creating an atmosphere of uncertainty; CMU should keep the revised schedule

    When Carnegie Mellon announced their decision to remove spring break, I immediately hated it. Why would the administration choose to rip away the one thing students and faculty all look forward to? Alas, my first chance to experience a college spring break was taken from me. The thought of enduring a full semester of Carnegie Mellon curriculum and stress without a major break still seems inconceiv...

    Forum | November 9, 2020
  • CMU professors take part in the #ScholarStrike

    Professors from across the nation and here at Carnegie Mellon took part in the #ScholarStrike this week, a two-day protest on Sept. 8 and 9 in which some members of academia halted their regular duties to reflect and engage in discussions about racial injustice in America.

    News | September 14, 2020