05/17/23 — A new brain-computer interface allows users to silently spell out words in real time with near-perfect accuracy.
05/17/23 — Computer scientists have created an innovative approach to machine learning that preserves privacy.
05/17/23 — Berkeley engineers have demonstrated the first proven approach to creating fairer algorithms.
02/09/23 — Supercomputer-generated simulations will be available on an open-access website, giving the broader earthquake research community and engineers access to critical data
11/07/22 — Berkeley Engineering will play a prominent role in efforts to address the workforce needs of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
09/29/22 — The WLA Prize in Computer Science or Mathematics includes a $1.4 million (RMB 10 million) award
09/22/22 — Seven Berkeley engineering students have been named to the Siebel Scholars Foundation’s class of 2023
09/13/22 — CDSS: New lab is building data tools that allow justice system workers, journalists and other non-programmers to benefit from the latest computer science advances
08/04/22 — CDSS: Algorand Foundation funding to help democratize access to data and ensure that data remains secure
08/02/22 — Research reveals manipulative tendencies of content recommender systems and possible ways to prevent them
06/16/22 — Innovative technology makes 3D-rendering process fast and practical for a range of applications
05/25/22 — CDSS: Research lab aims to build a new backbone for interconnected cloud computing.
05/24/22 — Berkeley Lab: Berkeley researchers show that the new material conducts heat 150% more efficiently, a result that could lead to smaller, faster computer processors
05/23/22 — CDSS: Kevin Miao came to Berkeley from the Netherlands to study biology, but an introductory data science course helped him find a different path, more confidence and new leadership skills
04/26/22 — Honor includes $200,000 stipend to support the assistant professor's examination of evidentiary statistical software used in the criminal legal system
04/06/22 — Award, which comes with $250,000, recognizes computing research and contributions that have fundamental impact and broad implications
03/23/22 — Open science and collaboration with communities is at the heart of the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Center for Data Science and Environment
03/21/22 — Biased algorithms applied to clinical data may produce images in which pathological details are blurred or missed, researchers reveal.
12/01/21 — San Jose Mercury News: In the face of a global chip shortage, the country’s loss of its world leadership role is a threat to national security that Congress has a chance to fix, Dean Liu writes. (Subscription may be required)
11/15/21 — An AI system took first place in the 2021 American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, besting more than a thousand human contestants.