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Erin Hestir, campus director of CITRIS at UC Merced, was among the international team of researchers studying South Africa’s Greater Cape Floristic Region.
In her new role, Hestir will help facilitate the development of research, industry and educational opportunities within UC Merced that align with CITRIS’s mission of using information technology to address society’s most critical challenges.
The CITRIS PI and UC Davis biological and agricultural engineer harnesses robotic and automated technology to optimize designs, systems and processes in agriculture and beyond.
A search for reliable carbon offsets reveals that directly cutting emissions is necessary to progress toward carbon neutrality.
AI-optimized microgrids could provide communities with reliable electricity more quickly after a power outage.
These latest ventures are working to address significant societal challenges, including diagnosing and treating serious diseases and navigating a difficult rental housing market.
The watchdog organization’s assessment provides evidence that emissions inventories are frequently misleading.
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.