CITRIS PI Hany Farid discusses the implications of CNET’s forays into articles written entirely by artificial intelligence.
UC Berkeley researcher Stuart Russell notes that the technology to autonomously target humans with drones could be built by a grad student in a single term.
The eight selected proposals, submitted by interdisciplinary teams from Berkeley, Davis, Merced and Santa Cruz, will receive up to $60,000 for their work, thanks in part to external philanthropic support.
The donation to CITRIS — an “easy decision,” said partners at Siemens — helped bring skills training to students across Northern California.
Two CITRIS People and Robots researchers are making great strides in teaching robots to walk and move in record time.
Research by CPAR Director Ken Goldberg and team will be presented at the IEEE/RSJ IROS2022 conference.
The CITRIS PI and UC Davis Health OB-GYN uses specially designed robots to conduct surgery — and shares her expertise with colleagues across an ocean.
The recipients will receive up to $40,000 to pursue multidisciplinary projects related to climate resilience.
Launched in spring 2022, the UC Berkeley AI Policy Hub has welcomed its first cohort of graduate student researchers.
CITRIS researcher Hany Farid discussed the risks of disinformation that grow with the advent of multimedia manipulated by artificial intelligence.
PG&E will be using New Sun Road technology to establish a set of remote microgrids in wildfire-prone locations in California.
Investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Davis Health, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2022 CITRIS Seed Awards.
As far as the researchers are aware, this is the first instance of a robot outperforming a human in a surgery-related training task.
UC Santa Cruz researcher Ricardo Sanfelice will lead the project, and UC Berkeley’s Murat Arcak will serve as a co-investigator.
The CITRIS PI and UC Berkeley professor been honored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for his work on robot learning.
“Drones and robots are a gateway for young people to explore STEM,” said Leigh Bernacchi, program director of CITRIS at UC Merced.
CITRIS PI Pieter Abbeel sees robots becoming an integral part of our lives in the next five years.
NexTech, a hands-on outreach program run by students at UC Merced, uses robotics to teach middle school students STEM concepts.
As Ken Goldberg, director of CITRIS People and Robots, tells Wired, Neural Radiance Fields are “ultra-hot,” with applications in entertainment, architecture and, of course, robotics.