Keeping it Personal: Machine Learning Meets EgoVid
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  According to IBM, the cognitive computing market size presents a $2 trillion dollar opportunity over the next decade. One of the biggest components of this metric falls into the category of machine learning. While many have been using it … Read More

A Founder’s Night: Hap Klopp & Marc Tarpenning
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What is life like as an entrepreneur? What does failure mean to you? How do you find the right cofounders? These were a few of the many questions answered on Tuesday, February 28th at Banatao Auditorium by the Co-Founder of … Read More

Summer Abroad Deadline to Apply is Friday, March 10th !!!
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The Deadline to Apply for the most fun and Dynamic Summer Abroad Program is March 10th – NEXT FRIDAY !!! Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Europe is a dynamic, hands-on program where you earn 6 Industrial Engineering credits while collaborating with … Read More

Artificial Intelligence for Games: Why it Matters
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While artificial intelligence agents defeating human competitors in popular games is nothing new, recent benchmarks have evolved at a rate and extent that is truly remarkable. In the past, we’ve seen computers beat the world chess champion [1], defeat Jeopardy! … Read More

Alston and Brienne Ghafourifar: Entefy
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This week, the A. Richard Newton Lecture Series welcomed brother-and-sister entrepreneurs, Alston and Brienne Ghafourifar, co-founders of Entefy. This dynamic duo is working to create a universal communicator—something that can optimize and personalize how people communicate and interact with others, their … Read More

Ikhlaq Sidhu hosts workshop to help universities accelerate innovation through industry collaboration
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Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology’s faculty director and founder, Dr. Ikhlaq Sihdu, recently hosted a workshop at Hamid bin Khalifa University (HBKU) in Qatar to explore how university scientists and researchers can spur innovation through industry collaboration. Ikhlaq delivered … Read More

Plant-based Seafood Collider Kickoff Event
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On February 23, students with backgrounds in Biotechnology, Nutrition, Chemical Engineering, Biology, Biochemistry, Material Sciences, and Electrical Engineering came together for the Plant-based Seafood Collider Kickoff Event. According to the World Wildlife Fund, “For centuries, our seas and oceans have … Read More

David Friedberg: Astrophysics, Eatsa, and Everything In Between
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This week’s Newton Lecture Series featured David Friedberg, best known to Berkeley students as the man who brought Eatsa—a tech-based restaurant seeking to revolutionize the production process—to our city. Friedberg’s resume, however, extends far beyond this quinoa-inspired endeavor. Education and … Read More

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