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Thompson, Erica, May 21, 2024, "Commentary: The Nexus of Data, Models, Normative Theorizing, and Policymaking"

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Mullin, Megan, May 21, 2024, "Commentary: Governing Climate Mobilities at Various Scales"

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Panel Session Q and A, May 21, 2024 "The Nexus of Data, Models, Normative Theorizing and Policy Making"

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PLI Symposium: Full

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PLI Symposium 2024: Boris Hanin

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PLI Symposium 2024: Jason Ren

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Generating Stylized Comic Art With Stable Diffusion, Audrey Zhang, UG '25 (7A3C3CD0)

Stable Diffusion (SD) and other AI diffusion models can generate images in seconds. These models, however, are trained on millions of images, and sometimes not all are taken with consent. This is…

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Liquidity Regime Unveiled: Integrating Liquidity Measures Through Gaussian Mixture-Driven Hidden Markov Models, Bofan Ji, UG '24 (207CEC04)

Liquidity regimes are an intuitive yet elusive concept. It is easy to conceptualize how markets have periods of high liquidity, where the cost of trading is low, and periods of low liquidity, where a…

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Unlocking Sustainable Cultural Transitions, Kelly Finke, GS (2CD1CD4B)

Combating climate change will require sweeping cultural transitions towards sustainable lifestyles and societies. However, clear pathways to achieve global behavior change are severely lacking,…

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Envisioning Automated Glaucoma Screening: Domain Generalization for Deep Learning-Based Glaucoma Classification, Hannah Ulman, UG '24 (B7A45C16)

Rapid advancements in deep learning algorithms for computer vision tasks have produced powerful models that can accurately classify diseases from medical images across a variety of specialties. In…

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Racial Bias in Predictive Modeling of Triage Scores, Alexandra Jerdee, UG '25 (07E047BB)

Emergency departments in hospitals worldwide employ triage to determine the urgency of care for incoming patients. Patients are assigned a score that dictates how quickly they are seen. Properly…

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Breaking the NVIDIA Tyranny: Transpilation Enhanced by Automatic Parallelization, Susan Tan, GS (77BBEB41)

Since 2015, NVIDIA's stock has increase 40-fold, primarily due to its dominance in the GPU market, crucial for AI advancements. With its Tensor Cores, like the A100 and H100, customized for AI…

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Business Resilience: Investigating Changes in Company Language During Crises, Brandon Cheng, UG '25 (E69FFA75)

This entry investigates the nature of language used by businesses in disclosure documents (10Ks and 10Qs) and earnings calls during crises that had negative financial impacts. After applying three…

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Shocking Changes: Using NLP to Understand the Effect of Geopolitical Risk on American Interest in Battery Recycling, Chase Magnano, UG '25 (23F76E3D)

American dependence on battery technology has exploded in recent years and continues to grow rapidly. However, America is almost entirely dependent on imports for critical minerals required to make…

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Equipping AI with Long Term Memory, Quan Shi (Ben), UG '24 (E105AB04)

AI chat models, such as ChatGPT, are restricted by how much text they can process at once during interactions. To alleviate this, we investigate augmenting AI with an external read-write memory,…

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