In an interview with California Magazine, CITRIS PI Ken Goldberg argues for the embrace of new generative technologies.
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.
Distinguished experts in artificial intelligence led discussions that aimed to broaden perspectives and give insight into the technology’s future.
The second internship cohort a summer working with novel research, developing high-demand skills and gaining insight into unexpected career paths.
Located in Guangzhou, China, the program brings together state of the art technology and international clinical expertise.
AI has the potential to transform both the production power and labor landscape of the agriculture industry, says ag tech expert.
The 2017 CITRIS Foundry startup will use the funding to scale its engineering capabilities.
Principal investigators from UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are invited to submit proposals for 2023 CITRIS Seed Awards.
CITRIS researcher and UC Berkeley professor Alice Agogino is recognized in her role as co-founder and CEO of startup Squishy Robotics.
Last month, CITRIS at UC Davis gave 25 local high school students a glimpse into the world of technology with a three-day summer workshop.
CITRIS researchers Pieter Abbeel and Ken Goldberg spoke on the recent rise of generative AI in an interview with TechCrunch.
A team of students co-advised by CITRIS PI Dejan Milutinovic received the Small Farm prize at the inaugural Farm Robotics Challenge.
Undergraduates from four UC campuses have embarked on paid summer internships at startups, established companies, national and university labs, and nonprofit organizations.
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.”
CITRIS PI Alexandre Bayen was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal about the challenges facing self-driving vehicles.
By supporting interdisciplinary work and seeding multicampus projects, CITRIS helps to keep the University of California at the forefront of climate mitigation and adaptation efforts.
Speakers include CITRIS PIs and computer scientists Michael Jordan and Stuart Russell, as well as psychologist Alison Gopnik and law professor Pamela Samuelson.
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.