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Ken Goldberg

Multiplicity: Let’s Move Beyond the ‘Singularity’ As Picasso once observed, “Computers are useless, all they can do is answer questions” He was right. [...]

11 February, 2015

David Bates

My recent book, States of War: Enlightenment Origins of the Political, explores the invention of an autonomous idea of political community in natural law thinkers, from [...]

11 February, 2015

Coye Cheshire

My current research topics include: (1) the role of trust and cooperation in interpersonal online interactions, (2) collective behavior and online collaboration, and (3) [...]

11 February, 2015

Eric Paulos

Energy Parasites Energy parasites are handcrafted objects designed to opportunistically harvest small bits of energy across public landscapes. Agnostic to energy origin or [...]

11 February, 2015

Kimiko Ryokai

Kimiko’s research focuses on the design, implementation, and evaluation of beyond-desktop computational media and how they affect our creativity and learning in our [...]

11 February, 2015

Greg Niemeyer In collaboration with Reza Naima. If you clicked 100 times, that means you own 100 datashares of the company, which would translate into a portfolio of $81.00. [...]

11 February, 2015

Alex Saum-Pascual

About Alex Alexandra Saum-Pascual is Assistant Professor of Spanish at the University of California, Berkeley, where she teaches Post Civil-War and Contemporary Spanish [...]

10 February, 2015

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