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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences

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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science faculty members and researchers from UC Berkeley’s Real-Time Intelligent Secure Execution Lab, or RISELab, released a report Monday outlining challenges facing the progress of artificial intelligence technologies, as well as some ways to address them.
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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science faculty members and researchers from UC Berkeley’s Real-Time Intelligent Secure Execution Lab, or RISELab, released a report Monday outlining challenges facing the progress of artificial intelligence technologies, as well as some ways to address them.
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A team of engineers at UC Berkeley and medical researchers in UC San Francisco have created a “smart bandage” prototype that can detect skin tissue damage in its early stages, allowing medical professionals to discover pressure ulcers and bed sores before they become permanent.
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A team of engineers at UC Berkeley and medical researchers in UC San Francisco have created a “smart bandage” prototype that can detect skin tissue damage in its early stages, allowing medical professionals to discover pressure ulcers and bed sores before they become permanent.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and other universities are building “Robo Brain,” an online system where robots can access a single, global database collected from the Internet to learn how to perform human tasks.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and other universities are building “Robo Brain,” an online system where robots can access a single, global database collected from the Internet to learn how to perform human tasks.
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