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.
CITRIS hosted participants from around the world at the TechWomen orientation session in September.
CITRIS researchers say the immediate need for disinformation solutions is pushing companies and policymakers into uncharted territory.
Originally implemented in community health centers, ACTIVATE now provides a how-to guide for communities to take quality health care into their own hands.
The collaboration will address the demand for cybersecurity expertise by integrating cybersecurity awareness across the CITRIS Workforce Innovation Program.
The winning project — an affordable, innovative net-zero house — was advised by professor Sue Carter and largely student built.
CITRIS’s ED discusses how the executive order will shape policy and practice in the coming years.
Distinguished experts in artificial intelligence led discussions that aimed to broaden perspectives and give insight into the technology’s future.
To address fossil fuel dependency in the housing sector, the project is focusing on large scale retrofitting of existing homes.
Applications for the University of California technology startup incubator open Nov. 1, 2023, and close on Nov. 30.
Falsified images and videos, which can be hard for the general public to detect, call for equally clever detection methods, says CITRIS PI.
The Berkeley Space Center will facilitate collaboration across academia and industry to generate innovations in aviation and space technology.
Researchers receive grants of up to $40,000 to develop information technology solutions to pressing climate issues.
CITRIS researchers contribute their expertise as policymakers seek to regulate quickly developing AI systems.
Striving to make remote health care delivery more equitable in California’s Central Valley, a CITRIS project finds success in health education and monitoring.
Innovative teaching methods created with CITRIS support will strengthen a growing microfabrication infrastructure and workforce.
CITRIS investigators have received nearly $1M from the NSF ExLENT program to enhance immersive training opportunities.
Located in Guangzhou, China, the program brings together state of the art technology and international clinical expertise.
A recent report led by Barbara Haya and team found these projects to be unfounded in their claims to mitigate climate change.
Hosted by Brandie Nonnecke, the series features expert insight and offers strategies to both harness the benefits and mitigate the risks of new tech.
AI has the potential to transform both the production power and labor landscape of the agriculture industry, says ag tech expert.
CITRIS principal investigators will use the funding to fuel a variety of projects aimed at achieving California’s climate goals.
The 2023 CITRIS Aviation Prize invites students to design air mobility infrastructure that could serve as a first step for campus-to-campus transportation at UC.