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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Dan Bouk, an associate professor of history at Colgate University, underscored the importance of the U.S. census in a guest lecture hosted by UC Berkeley School of Information Wednesday. 
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Dan Bouk, an associate professor of history at Colgate University, underscored the importance of the U.S. census in a guest lecture hosted by UC Berkeley School of Information Wednesday. 
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Deep below Morrison Hall, quadraphonic artist Suzanne Ciani sat in a soundproof recording studio reciting strings of non sequiturs with varying intonations to train a deepfake program.
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Deep below Morrison Hall, quadraphonic artist Suzanne Ciani sat in a soundproof recording studio reciting strings of non sequiturs with varying intonations to train a deepfake program.
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In response to the increasing spread of misinformation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, UC Berkeley hosted a virtual panel of experts who spoke about how misinformation impacts people's responses to the pandemic, as well as potential ways to combat this misinformation.
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In response to the increasing spread of misinformation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, UC Berkeley hosted a virtual panel of experts who spoke about how misinformation impacts people's responses to the pandemic, as well as potential ways to combat this misinformation.
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In light of COVID-19, the UC Berkeley Office of Communications and Public Affairs has started a campaign to outline behavioral expectations during the pandemic.
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In light of COVID-19, the UC Berkeley Office of Communications and Public Affairs has started a campaign to outline behavioral expectations during the pandemic.
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AnnaLee Saxenian, who has served as dean of UC Berkeley’s School of Information for more than a decade, announced her resignation Monday.
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AnnaLee Saxenian, who has served as dean of UC Berkeley’s School of Information for more than a decade, announced her resignation Monday.
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A parasite expert, Facebook privacy adviser and legal startup mogul are among 19 UC Berkeley-affiliated individuals to make the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list, an amalgamation of 600 game-changing individuals hailing from 20 diverse fields.
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A parasite expert, Facebook privacy adviser and legal startup mogul are among 19 UC Berkeley-affiliated individuals to make the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list, an amalgamation of 600 game-changing individuals hailing from 20 diverse fields.
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Earlier this year, UC Berkeley became the first college in the nation to publish a transparency report detailing nonconsensual requests for electronic communications.
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Earlier this year, UC Berkeley became the first college in the nation to publish a transparency report detailing nonconsensual requests for electronic communications.
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A group of graduate students from the UC Berkeley School of Information have developed an app to help patients find medical services catered to their specific needs.
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A group of graduate students from the UC Berkeley School of Information have developed an app to help patients find medical services catered to their specific needs.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley’s School of Information used game theory to demonstrate that governments tend to abuse existing surveillance systems to stay in power.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley’s School of Information used game theory to demonstrate that governments tend to abuse existing surveillance systems to stay in power.
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The technology of unmanned aerial vehicles may soon be used to deliver snacks to your front door.
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The technology of unmanned aerial vehicles may soon be used to deliver snacks to your front door.
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