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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Two teams of UC Berkeley researchers have trained quadruped robots, also known as robot dogs, to learn to walk on their own in the real world in record time using reinforcement learning, or RL, algorithms.
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Two teams of UC Berkeley researchers have trained quadruped robots, also known as robot dogs, to learn to walk on their own in the real world in record time using reinforcement learning, or RL, algorithms.
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Anthony Levandowski, a UC Berkeley alumnus with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering and operations research, was granted a full pardon by former president Donald Trump for trade secret theft.
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Anthony Levandowski, a UC Berkeley alumnus with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering and operations research, was granted a full pardon by former president Donald Trump for trade secret theft.
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UC Berkeley researchers created a new artificial intelligence, or AI, software that gives robots the ability to grasp and move objects smoothly, making it possible for them to eventually assist in warehouses.
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UC Berkeley researchers created a new artificial intelligence, or AI, software that gives robots the ability to grasp and move objects smoothly, making it possible for them to eventually assist in warehouses.
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Campus community members gathered in the Sibley Auditorium on Monday to discuss signature initiatives surrounding sustainability, equality and artificial intelligence at a town hall sponsored by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
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Campus community members gathered in the Sibley Auditorium on Monday to discuss signature initiatives surrounding sustainability, equality and artificial intelligence at a town hall sponsored by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
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After more than three decades of research, UC Berkeley engineers Ken Goldberg and Jeff Mahler introduced the design of a novel "ambidextrous" robot in a study Jan. 16.
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After more than three decades of research, UC Berkeley engineers Ken Goldberg and Jeff Mahler introduced the design of a novel "ambidextrous" robot in a study Jan. 16.
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Campus graduate students Andrew Bremer, Marc Steven Chooljian, Phillip Kang, Stacey Lee, Nicole Anne Repina, Wojciech Osowiecki, David Wang and Samantha Wathugala will be awarded $35,000 each and join a network of more than 1,300 distinguished scholars, according to a Siebel Scholars press release issued Sept. 13.
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Campus graduate students Andrew Bremer, Marc Steven Chooljian, Phillip Kang, Stacey Lee, Nicole Anne Repina, Wojciech Osowiecki, David Wang and Samantha Wathugala will be awarded $35,000 each and join a network of more than 1,300 distinguished scholars, according to a Siebel Scholars press release issued Sept. 13.
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AUTOLAB, directed by professor Ken Goldberg, department chair of UC Berkeley’s Industrial Engineering and Operations Research department, or IEOR, is a center for research in robotics and is known for projects such as “the Grabber,” “the Picker” and “the Bed Maker.”
AUTOLAB, directed by professor Ken Goldberg, department chair of UC Berkeley’s Industrial Engineering and Operations Research department, or IEOR, is a center for research in robotics and is known for projects such as “the Grabber,” “the Picker” and “the Bed Maker.”
UC Berkeley juniors Ash Bhat and Rohan Phadte publicly launched a Google Chrome extension Tuesday that allows Twitter users to identify accounts run by automated programs, or bots.
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UC Berkeley juniors Ash Bhat and Rohan Phadte publicly launched a Google Chrome extension Tuesday that allows Twitter users to identify accounts run by automated programs, or bots.
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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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The discovery that the university is monitoring UC Berkeley network traffic has sparked outrage among faculty members who see such undisclosed surveillance as a significant threat to privacy.
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The discovery that the university is monitoring UC Berkeley network traffic has sparked outrage among faculty members who see such undisclosed surveillance as a significant threat to privacy.
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