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Crafting Public Policy for Reinforcement Learning Applications

Thomas Gilbert, Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell Tech Digital Life Initiative, Cornell University
Sarah Dean, PhD Student, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley
Tom Zick, PhD Candidate, College of Letters & Science, UC Berkeley
McKane Andrus, Graduate Student Researcher, Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research, UC Berkeley
A team of graduate students, Graduates for Engaged and Extended Scholarship around computing and Engineering (GEESE), will build on their prior CLTC-funded project and develop suggested interventions in the design, training, and deployment of reinforcement learning (RL) systems that can be integrated into social infrastructure. These deliverables will include a...

Privacy Localism Conference Travel Grant Proposal

Thomas Gilbert, Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell Tech Digital Life Initiative, Cornell University
Sarah Dean, PhD Student, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley
Roel Dobbe, Postdoctoral Researcher, AI Now Institute, New York University
Nitin Kohli, PhD Student, School of Information, UC Berkeley
McKane Andrus, Graduate Student Researcher, Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research, UC Berkeley
As the pendulum of interest in privacy policy swings from Washington D.C. to local governments, city officials are taking up the responsibility of inspecting regulatory space for improved privacy protections. For his capstone project, the grantee will conduct an advanced policy analysis focused on improving cybersecurity policy and cyber-hygiene in...

Developing Graduate Pedagogy for Tomorrow’s Engineers

Thomas Gilbert, Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell Tech Digital Life Initiative, Cornell University
Sarah Dean, PhD Student, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley
Roel Dobbe, Postdoctoral Researcher, AI Now Institute, New York University
Nitin Kohli, PhD Student, School of Information, UC Berkeley
McKane Andrus, Graduate Student Researcher, Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research, UC Berkeley
From Facebook’s data negligence to the first fatalities involving autonomous vehicles, 2018 has seen the public awaken to the profound security implications of widespread AI and large scale data collection. We propose a purposeful convening at Berkeley to reorient cybersecurity research and pedagogy towards protecting civil institutions through robustness, fairness,...
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