Largest gift in Berkeley’s history will create a ‘hub’ for advancing data science
We will soon have a new home, thanks to an anonymous $252 million gift!
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The University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) are the headquarters of a bold new research consortium established by enterprise AI software company C3.ai to leverage the convergence of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and the internet of things (IoT) to transform societal-scale systems. First up: mitigating the effects of COVID-19 and possible future pandemics.
In this video, Professor Niek Veldhuis of Berkeley's Assyriology (cuneiform studies) Department of Near Eastern Studies presents his research on computational assyriology. His work includes developing computational text analysis scripts to enhance the study and understanding of Assyria and ancient Mesopotamia.
Thanks to the efforts of Berkeley Engineering alums Tyler Crouch (B.S.’14 ME) and Connor Landgraf (MEng ’14 BioE), the stethoscope is due for a serious upgrade. They are developing algorithms that, when combined with a digital stethoscope and artificial intelligence software, can help physicians predict whether a patient is at risk for heart diseases with a much greater degree of accuracy.
Ollie Downs has been awarded the Paul Fasana LGBTQ Studies Fellowship for their strong commitment to LGBTQ equality in data science. The Paul Fasana LGBTQ Studies Fellowship supports graduate students at the School of Information whose research interests or studies are related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer studies in any field or discipline.
The exciting announcement of a $252 million gift to seed construction of a Data Hub that will serve as the future home for the Division is one indication of the CDSS’ ambitious goals for Berkeley's Light the Way Capital Campaign. Find out what else is in store!