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Carnegie Mellon Partners With Boeing On New Analytics LabThe Boeing Company is investing $7.5 million over the next three years as part of a joint venture with Carnegie Mellon University to establish an aerospace data analytics lab.
New App Not Only Orders Food For College Students, But Delivers It As WellCollege students will soon be able to get Chipotle delivered to their dorms and classrooms.
Local Company Hopes New Technology Will Someday Go LunarWelcome to the moon! At least, that's the scenario as the model of a lunar landing ship enters a gravel pit owned by the LaFarge Company of Munhall.
Bright Green Autopods The Newest Way To Get Around DowntownThe newest way to get around Pittsburgh is getting people's attention.
CMU Students Win 3rd Place, $500K In International Robotics CompetitionA team of Carnegie Mellon University students finished third in an international robotics competition.
Uber Now Licensed To Offer Rides To And From Pittsburgh International AirportAllegheny County Airport Authority officials have approved a policy that lets ride-sharing companies pick up passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport.
CMU Student Arrested For String Of Oakland FiresPolice arrested a man after a string of fire in Oakland back in April.
Alan Alda Delivers CMU Commencement SpeechMore than 3,000 Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degrees were handed out at Carnegie Mellon University Sunday.
World’s Top Poker Players Prevail Over CMU’s ComputerIt was man vs. machine.
Top Poker Minds Take Part In Epic Battle With Machine Created By CMUFor two weeks, four of the top poker minds in the world played hand after hand at the Rivers Casino. Their opponent -- a computer created at Carnegie Mellon University.
Computer Program To Take On World's Best In Texas Hold 'EmCarnegie Mellon University researchers are going all in, pitting a computer program against some of the world's best professional poker players.
CMU Computer Program To Take On World's Best In Texas Hold 'EmResearchers at Carnegie Mellon University are going all in on their computer program competing with some of the world's best professional poker players.