Amy Babay, assistant professor in CS & DINS, says a lot of computer science research has been focused on preparing for a time like COVID-19 pandemic, where there is an increased demand on technologies we rely on.

Amy Babay, assistant professor (CS and DINS), was recently featured on PittWire to discuss her work and how computer scientists have been able to meet the increased technological needs of society due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“In some ways, the crisis has made some of the research and work I do more personal in terms of ‘Wow, we are really depending on our networks and internet services to work right now,’ and it does work,” said Babay assistant professor of the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Computing and Information (SCI) “For the most part, things haven’t stopped. A lot of technology is making this possible.”

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