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GCEPS Reunions Talk (5.26.23)

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OLTP30May2023_TBelmonte

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NESP Book Talk - Fida Jiryis

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NES Seminar Series - Rachel Schine

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Entrepreneurship and Ethics in Education: Dennis Keller'63

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CITP Special Event onfused by All the Chatter - Journalists, Researchers & Policymakers Talk Chatbots and Other Large Language Models

Powerful new technologies like OpenAI’s “ChatGPT” or Google’s “Bard” have sparked excitement over the potential they have to transform how we work, learn and…

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Fung Global Fellows Program 10-Year Anniversary

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Geniza Lab Live with Prof. Oded Zinger: Entangled Networks - The World of a 12th Century Court Clerk

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On Sunken Land: The Environmental and Social Impacts of the Itaipu Hydroelectric Dam in Brazil, Coley Rose Martin, UG '23 (2272645)

In October of 1982, a Brazilian and Paraguayan company known as Itaipu Binacional closed the side canals of the Itaipu hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River in Brazil, launching an ambitious…

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Making Your Code Run Faster: Hardware Acceleration for Similar Input Data, Haiyue Ma, GS (2924007)

It is crucial to make computer programs run faster. Traditionally, the execution time for the same program stays the same regardless of the inputs. Based on the observation that programs tend to…

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Uncovering the Architecture of a Photosynthetic Turbocharger Through Super-Resolution Microscopy, Angelo Kayser-Browne, (2262922)

Plants use a protein called Rubisco to convert carbon dioxide into organic compounds, allowing them to “make” their own food through photosynthesis. A type of green algae called…

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PIIRS: Empire, Integration and Ukraine

The history of the European Union is not so much much postwar as postimperial. The project is not one founded by a logic of peace after the Second World War, but rather a logic of exhaustion after…

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MRC Wednesday Seminar: State of Resistance: Politics, Culture, and Identity in Modern Iran A Conversation with Assal Rad

While the Iranian nation-state has long captivated the attention of our media and politics, this book examines a country that is often misunderstood and explores forgotten aspects of the debate.…

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Gauss Seminar in Criticism: "The Practice of Learning Du Bois"

Gauss Seminar in Criticism Spring 2023 will be presented by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, University Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University. Her visit, under the general title, “The…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Stefano Allesina

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Stefano Allesina “Will a stable complex system be large?”

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CITP Distinguished Lecture Series: Alessandro Acquisti – Who Benefits from the Data Economy?

In the public debate around privacy and the data economy, several claims have been made concerning the benefits that multiple stakeholders may accrue from the collection and analysis of consumer…

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