09/13/23 TIME Magazine — TIME Magazine: Berkeley engineers grapple with the ethical and safety issues related to AI
07/27/23 — Washington Post: Simpson (B.S.'56 EECS), founding chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, was 93
07/25/23 — Berkeley News: Berkeley researchers point to administration’s decision not to include racial demographics in a new tool that will be used to evaluate proposed regulations or policies
06/13/23 — UC Berkeley among 13 universities partnering with government and industry “to expand the educational opportunities for students to graduate with the skills and knowledge needed to meet this moment in our nation’s history”
06/09/23 — Berkeley Blog: Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research shares his view that engaging with AI’s unique form of creativity could lead to unexpected new discoveries
05/17/23 — As California moves toward an electric vehicle future, professor Scott Moura is creating a smart charging system that promotes grid stability.
05/17/23 — Berkeley engineers have demonstrated the first proven approach to creating fairer algorithms.
05/04/23 — Successful water treatment technologies require a deeper understanding of users’ challenges
04/20/23 — Tsu-Jae King Liu, dean of UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering, joined Chancellor Carol Christ in an open letter outlining plans to expand and diversify the nation’s semiconductor workforce
04/18/23 The Wall Street Journal — Wall Street Journal: UC Berkeley EECS professor Alexandre Bayen and other experts weigh in on what the future holds for autonomous vehicles
03/21/23 — Berkeley experts in artificial intelligence are studying how ChatGPT and similar tools will transform everything from admissions screening and research to writing college essays
12/20/22 — CITRIS: With a $2.5 million NSF grant, an interdisciplinary UC team led by civil engineering professor Kenichi Soga is partnering with Bay Area communities to help residents respond to natural disasters more quickly — and more safely.
11/07/22 — Berkeley Engineering will play a prominent role in efforts to address the workforce needs of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
10/12/22 — Crypto industry leaders, scholars, government and consumer groups collaborate on blockchain policy and regulations
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
08/09/22 — Dean Liu weighs in on consequential new bill to re-shore semiconductor manufacturing in the United States
07/12/22 — Chicago Tribune: CEE professor Ashok Gadgil and other frustrated scientists call for a reorientation of climate research to drive effective action and transformative change
05/12/22 — LA Times: In this op-ed, Dean Tsu-Jae King Liu and Associate Provost Jennifer Chayes say a proposal to change California's K-12 math framework will leave students unprepared for STEM in college.
04/18/22 — The CITRIS Aviation team is collaborating with Caltrans to lay the groundwork for air mobility in urban areas
04/15/22 — Close collaborations with public partners are key to the success of our research programs, helping us translate results into practical benefit.