The director of the CITRIS Policy Lab and UC Berkeley research professor demystifies emerging tech to help lawmakers create responsible policy.
Fleets of lightweight, miniature spacecraft propelled entirely by solar radiation could be the next step in space exploration.
In an interview with California Magazine, CITRIS PI Ken Goldberg argues for the embrace of new generative technologies.
A combination of cameras and clothes-recognizing AI bring a new level of efficiency to room-tidying robots.
Harris has provided expert guidance on the trajectory of AI, advocating caution in regard to open-source AI models.
The Berkeley Space Center will facilitate collaboration across academia and industry to generate innovations in aviation and space technology.
CITRIS researchers contribute their expertise as policymakers seek to regulate quickly developing AI systems.
An alliance between UC Berkeley researchers and partners in Singapore has demonstrated that combining ceiling fans with higher air conditioning set points can lower energy use by one-third — without sacrificing occupant comfort.
The second internship cohort a summer working with novel research, developing high-demand skills and gaining insight into unexpected career paths.
CITRIS researcher and UC Berkeley professor Alice Agogino is recognized in her role as co-founder and CEO of startup Squishy Robotics.
CITRIS is seeking an AV assistant to support the audiovisual department at its Berkeley headquarters.
The AI Policy Hub at UC Berkeley held its inaugural research symposium on April 20, moderated by CITRIS’s Brandie Nonnecke and Jessica Newman.
Awards of up to $10,000 will support UC Berkeley projects related to sustainability and climate resilience that are ready to proceed to the next stage of commercialization.
In April 2023, CITRIS co-hosted four Distinguished Lectures on the Status and Future of AI under the CITRIS Research Exchange banner.
Headquartered at UC Santa Barbara, the new NSF AI Institute will also harness Berkeley expertise.
AI expert and UC Berkeley professor Stuart Russell addressed AI regulation in an interview with the hosts of WBUR’s “On Point.”
Key operations teams at CITRIS’s headquarters at UC Berkeley are seeking student assistants for the 2023–24 academic year.
CITRIS PI Alexandre Bayen was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal about the challenges facing self-driving vehicles.
The project, led by led by UC Davis’s Gary Bucciarelli, will apply AI to help predict the impact that fire will have on a landscape.
Researchers led by Barbara Haya found that registries allow developers to over-credit carbon offset projects with climate savings benefits.
Since the interface debuted, headlines have whirled about how AI will overhaul everything. But for higher ed, reviews have been mixed.
While the IPCC’s latest report describes a dire situation, experts such as UC Berkeley’s Solomon Hsiang see room for hope.
Speakers include CITRIS PIs and computer scientists Michael Jordan and Stuart Russell, as well as psychologist Alison Gopnik and law professor Pamela Samuelson.
CITRIS experts argue that there’s no need to invoke Section 230 to prevent the harms being considered in Google v. Gonzalez.