Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania —Pittsburgh has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years; from initially
being named the “Steel City” to becoming a national leader of pipelining computer scientists. Tech
companies such as Apple, Facebook, Google and Uber all have a presence there now.

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has been instrumental in teaming up with Microsoft to build up
the city’s technical capability. The Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) program
in the Pittsburgh Public Schools, at the same time, pairs computer science professionals and
educators with high school students to teach basic computer science skills.

Dr. Farnam Jahanian, a computer scientist, was formally installed as Carnegie Mellon University’s
10th president on October 26, 2018. He acknowledged we are at the center of a societal and
economic transformation that is catalyzed by the digitization of information, unprecedented
access to data, automation, and artificial intelligence. He outlined two critical areas in which CMU
must aggressively move forward: enhancing CMU’s societal impact through research and
creativity; and preparing the next generation through a world-class education.

匹茲堡 賓夕法尼亞州— 這些年來,匹茲堡城市經歷東山再起,從十九世紀的「鋼都」,如今搖身變為


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