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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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The University of California has created recommendations to create a path toward the responsible use of artificial intelligence in future UC endeavors.
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The University of California has created recommendations to create a path toward the responsible use of artificial intelligence in future UC endeavors.
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It isn’t necessarily the use of processing-intensive programs that causes the issue here. Instead, the problem lies in how we manage these computing resources.
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It isn’t necessarily the use of processing-intensive programs that causes the issue here. Instead, the problem lies in how we manage these computing resources.
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We at the Clog want to prevent apps from coming alive and destroying civilization, so here's a list of ways to tell if your Zoom has developed sentience.
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We at the Clog want to prevent apps from coming alive and destroying civilization, so here's a list of ways to tell if your Zoom has developed sentience.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers is working in the AI Institute for Next Generation Food Systems, a new $20 million center led by UC Davis.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers is working in the AI Institute for Next Generation Food Systems, a new $20 million center led by UC Davis.
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While disruptive, the pandemic and the subsequent move to online education have changed the future of higher education, according to UC Berkeley administration.
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While disruptive, the pandemic and the subsequent move to online education have changed the future of higher education, according to UC Berkeley administration.
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Eko, a Berkeley-based cardiac screening and monitoring company founded by UC Berkeley alumni, gained approval from the Food and Drug Administration for algorithms that screen heart murmurs and atrial fibrillation, which will pair with its artificial intelligence-powered, or AI, stethoscope.
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Eko, a Berkeley-based cardiac screening and monitoring company founded by UC Berkeley alumni, gained approval from the Food and Drug Administration for algorithms that screen heart murmurs and atrial fibrillation, which will pair with its artificial intelligence-powered, or AI, stethoscope.
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Microsoft opened an office in Berkeley and is still in the process of moving into the location on Shattuck Avenue in the Berkeley Way West building.
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Microsoft opened an office in Berkeley and is still in the process of moving into the location on Shattuck Avenue in the Berkeley Way West building.
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While the move was largely seen as preventing surveillance overreaches, internal city communications reveal that the city acquired facial recognition technology.
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While the move was largely seen as preventing surveillance overreaches, internal city communications reveal that the city acquired facial recognition technology.
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Lead project manager Aleksander Grape noted that the natural self-defense mechanisms of the squirrel deliverers could help alleviate the issue of vandals, though that hasn’t helped in cases in which the squirrels themselves were the vandals and ate the food they were supposed to deliver.
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Lead project manager Aleksander Grape noted that the natural self-defense mechanisms of the squirrel deliverers could help alleviate the issue of vandals, though that hasn’t helped in cases in which the squirrels themselves were the vandals and ate the food they were supposed to deliver.
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“I mean, we are in Berkeley,” said Anderson. “I guess it’s inevitable that an abused labor source will organize and revolt.”
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“I mean, we are in Berkeley,” said Anderson. “I guess it’s inevitable that an abused labor source will organize and revolt.”
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