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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society

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UC Berkeley recently launched The Artificial Intelligence, Platforms, and Society Project, a collaboration between the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, or BCLT, and the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and the Banatao Institute, or CITRIS, policy lab.
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UC Berkeley recently launched The Artificial Intelligence, Platforms, and Society Project, a collaboration between the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, or BCLT, and the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and the Banatao Institute, or CITRIS, policy lab.
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The annual Diversity in Tech Symposium on March 10 and 11 focused on advancing climate resilience, with experts in climate tech and environmental justice. 
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The annual Diversity in Tech Symposium on March 10 and 11 focused on advancing climate resilience, with experts in climate tech and environmental justice. 
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Five projects involving UC Berkeley researchers were awarded seed funding from the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, or CITRIS, and the Banatao Institute, which advance interdisciplinary research at multiple UC campuses.
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Five projects involving UC Berkeley researchers were awarded seed funding from the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, or CITRIS, and the Banatao Institute, which advance interdisciplinary research at multiple UC campuses.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the health care industry to adapt in many ways, but experts say telehealth is likely to stay a part of providing care even after the pandemic.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the health care industry to adapt in many ways, but experts say telehealth is likely to stay a part of providing care even after the pandemic.
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The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, or CITRIS, and the Banatao Institute have launched a series of technological and policy innovations to protect refugees and immigrants.
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The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, or CITRIS, and the Banatao Institute have launched a series of technological and policy innovations to protect refugees and immigrants.
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A new innovation hub providing technical and financial support to startups will be coming to campus after a recent partnership between UC institutes and Enel, a multinational power company.
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A new innovation hub providing technical and financial support to startups will be coming to campus after a recent partnership between UC institutes and Enel, a multinational power company.
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A Cal Hacks 3.0 team outfitted a Tesla to be driven with mind control technology during the annual campus hackathon in November.
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A Cal Hacks 3.0 team outfitted a Tesla to be driven with mind control technology during the annual campus hackathon in November.
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UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer science Jitendra Malik and professor of mathematics and computer science James Demmel have been appointed as the new chairs of the campus Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department and the department’s computer science division, respectively.
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UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer science Jitendra Malik and professor of mathematics and computer science James Demmel have been appointed as the new chairs of the campus Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department and the department’s computer science division, respectively.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers has turned to the quick and dirty cockroach to develop a fast and potentially life-saving robot.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers has turned to the quick and dirty cockroach to develop a fast and potentially life-saving robot.
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Inspired by human learning, a team of UC Berkeley researchers have developed a technique that allows robots to perform tasks through trial and error without being given specific details about their surroundings.
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Inspired by human learning, a team of UC Berkeley researchers have developed a technique that allows robots to perform tasks through trial and error without being given specific details about their surroundings.
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