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Sonia Chernova Lecture "Autonomy in the Human World: Developing Robots that Handle the Diversity of Human Lives"

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CITP Seminar: Arvind Narayanan - Five Useful Things to Know About Tech Policy

In this talk, Professor Narayanan shares lessons learned over the last decade and a half about how to be more effective in tech policy. He will also talk about the resources and opportunities…

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Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and a Right to a Human Decision with John Tasioulas

On May 1, 2023, Princeton University's James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions hosted John Tasioulas for its annual Harold T. Shapiro Lecture on Ethics, Science, and…

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CITP Seminar-Jakob Mökander - Auditing Large Language Models

The emergence of large language models (LLMs) represents a major advance in artificial intelligence (AI) research. However, the widespread use of LLMs is also coupled with significant ethical and…

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Remembering Ice: A Photographic Journey through Southern Patagonia’s Vanishing Glaciers, Will Hartman, UG '25, Jack Green, UG '24, Michael Salama, UG '24, Byron Zhang UG '23 (2768711)

The Southern Patagonian Ice Field (SPIF) in Argentina and Chile is the second-largest extrapolar ice field in the world and a critical region for understanding the impacts of climate change on alpine…

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The Development of a Convolutional Neural Network for the Classification of Drum Sounds, Louis Larsen, UG (2270432)

Music is a universal language, and people can easily decipher between many different types of instruments. While recent developments in machine learning have allowed computers to distinguish between…

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Human-level reasoning without the need for an inhuman learning paradigm?, Nobline Yoo, UG '23 (2272767)

Two-dimensional human pose estimation is a challenging task, where the goal is to localize key anatomical landmarks (e.g. elbows, knees, shoulders), given an image of a person in some pose. Current…

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Retrieving by Finding Shortcuts in Representation Space, Michael Tang, UG '24 (2272401)

Information retrieval (IR) is the task of learning useful ways of representing text documents that allow us to efficiently relevant the most relevant documents for a given query, e.g. by encoding…

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Extending Feature Visualizations to Text-To-Image Generative Models, Adam Kelch, UG '24 (2262505)

With the rapid development of large-scale and complex generative AI models, there is a there is a demand for new tools to explain the inner workings and behavior of such systems. While various visual…

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Fashioning New Worlds: Weaving Alternate Futures through Fashion Technology and Black Ingenuity, Payton Croskey, UG '23 (2276153)

Plant-based fabric for waste-free living, digital fashion for a virtual existence and 3D-printed gills for a submerged aquatic society are all futures proposed by today’s fashion-tech…

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Should we fear AI? Rolando Masis-Obando, GS (2276888)

An idea that we unfortunately inject ourselves with is “technological determinism” (Paul Adler; L.M. Sacasas) — in a nutshell, what it means is that technology evolves naturally…

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