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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Chris Yoder

Online Managing Editor

Chris Yoder is the Online Managing Editor of the Daily Cal. He is in charge of the maintenance and development of the Daily Cal's website and all its related online accounts. Previously, he has worked as Web Producer (Spring 2014), News and Crime Reporter (Summer and Fall 2013), Sports Web Producer (Spring 2013), Sports Editor (Summer 2012), and Sports Reporter (Fall 2011-Spring 2013).

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Three years ago, the IBM computer Watson showcased the power of artificial intelligence when it defeated two human contestants in a game of Jeopardy! — sifting through 200 million files at the dazzling speed of 80 trillion operations a second.
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Three years ago, the IBM computer Watson showcased the power of artificial intelligence when it defeated two human contestants in a game of Jeopardy! — sifting through 200 million files at the dazzling speed of 80 trillion operations a second.
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After six months of negotiations between BART management and unions, the BART Board of Directors voted 8-to-1 on Thursday to approve most of a mutually-approved contract, but struck down a disputed family and medical leave provision that BART claims was included in error.
After six months of negotiations between BART management and unions, the BART Board of Directors voted 8-to-1 on Thursday to approve most of a mutually-approved contract, but struck down a disputed family and medical leave provision that BART claims was included in error.
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A man is in critical condition after being violently beaten with a crowbar early Wednesday morning in downtown Berkeley.
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A man is in critical condition after being violently beaten with a crowbar early Wednesday morning in downtown Berkeley.
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Two BART employees were killed on a section of track between the Walnut Creek and Pleasant Hill stations at about 2 p.m. Saturday.
Two BART employees were killed on a section of track between the Walnut Creek and Pleasant Hill stations at about 2 p.m. Saturday.
Unions representing BART employees continued to negotiate with BART management late into Wednesday night, failing to come to an agreement as of press time but temporarily averting a transportation logjam that would have forced about 400,000 Bay Area commuters to find alternative transportation on Thursday.
Unions representing BART employees continued to negotiate with BART management late into Wednesday night, failing to come to an agreement as of press time but temporarily averting a transportation logjam that would have forced about 400,000 Bay Area commuters to find alternative transportation on Thursday.
Power has been fully restored to all buildings on the UC Berkeley campus as of Friday morning, after a Sept. 30 explosion near California Hall damaged underground power lines and left 11 buildings unable to connect to the campus’ power grid.
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Power has been fully restored to all buildings on the UC Berkeley campus as of Friday morning, after a Sept. 30 explosion near California Hall damaged underground power lines and left 11 buildings unable to connect to the campus’ power grid.
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UCPD released a photo Wednesday evening of a man who they allege may be linked to the theft of laptop computers and other personal property on campus.
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UCPD released a photo Wednesday evening of a man who they allege may be linked to the theft of laptop computers and other personal property on campus.
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Oakland police announced charges against a man not only for murder in the September death of Berkeley man but also for murder in the July death of an eight-year-old Oakland girl, helping piece together a string of murders that rattled neighborhoods in Berkeley and Oakland.
Oakland police announced charges against a man not only for murder in the September death of Berkeley man but also for murder in the July death of an eight-year-old Oakland girl, helping piece together a string of murders that rattled neighborhoods in Berkeley and Oakland.