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Brian Christian’s book, The Alignment Problem, is named an essential read for understanding artificial intelligence.
The director of the CITRIS Policy Lab and UC Berkeley research professor demystifies emerging tech to help lawmakers create responsible policy.
Part of a wave of everyday devices connected to the internet, Lioness’s vibrators are pitched as a way for people to have “smarter” orgasms.
Fleets of lightweight, miniature spacecraft propelled entirely by solar radiation could be the next step in space exploration.
Ayush Pandey seeks to design trustworthy AI models that can better respond to unpredictable scenarios in air traffic control.
Tech for Social Good awards support events and research projects that explore technology-based solutions to major social challenges.
The 2024 program will feature a variety of hands-on experiences and teach essential safety, privacy and security responsibilities.
Corten Singer, co-founder of Augmental, says he gained “a ton of knowledge and skills” at the Invention Lab.
The EDGE in Tech Symposium: Advancing Health Tech for All will take place Friday, March 8, at Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis.
A grant of more than $50,000 will create the CITRIS-Intel Emerging Engineers Program, to help develop on-ramps into the semiconductor workforce.