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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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Building the World's Most Accurate Low-Cost Sensor, Ximu Du (Jerry), UG '26, (2BE88C8F)

Greenhouse gas emissions affect people from a variety of backgrounds, but only wealthy entities have the means to monitor their communities’ air quality with accuracy. Having a low-cost sensing…

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CITP Lecture: Manoel Horta Ribeiro - Content Curation in Online Platforms

Online platforms like Facebook, Wikipedia, Amazon, and LinkedIn are embedded in the very fabric of our society. They “curate content”: moderate, recommend, and monetize it, and, in doing…

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CITP Seminar Brooke Erin Duffy - Visibility in the Creator Economy: Navigating the Promises and Precarities of Platform Labor

Amid mounting legal and financial strife, mainstream platform companies—from Meta and YouTube to TikTok and Twitch–are doubling down on their idealistic framing of the digital…

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REES Workshop - Panel 3 (11.03.23)

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CITP Seminar: Dan Calacci – Why Data Rights Should be Labor Rights: Data Protection and AI Regulation for Gig Workers and Beyond

Workers everywhere are more surveilled, managed, and quantified by technology than ever before, harming people’s health, safety, and dignity at work. Gig workers like Uber and Lyft drivers…

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Make Every Test A Right Test

Developing A Computer Adaptive Chinese Language Placement Test This project seeks to enhance our existing Chinese language placement test through the development of an innovative computer adaptive…

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CITP Seminar: Surya Mattu - Breaking The Black Box: How CITP’s Digital Witness Lab Uses Data-Driven Investigations to Expose Surveillance and Misinformation

The CITP Digital Witness Lab is a research initiative that collects data to expose surveillance, misinformation, and other harms on digital platforms. We build independent, public, and open-source…

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How to "Open Science"

We hear a lot about how open science or the practice of making research products and processes available to all, is a good thing! But how do we actually do 'Open Science'? Join Open…

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Welcome to the eLab Demo Day July, 31, 2023

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OURSIP Intern - Laiba Ali

Understanding Users' Expectations of Federated Social Media Feed Curation Advised by: Prof. Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Computer ScienceYuhan Liu, Computer Science

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Improving Drone Performance in Wind with Novel, Fast, Sensors, Nate Simon, GS (2272842)

Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) have the potential to transformatively impact numerous industries, including infrastructure inspection, search and rescue, package delivery, and even atmospheric…

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Violence, Ethics, and Social Media, Jeffery Chen, UG '25 (2765310)

For many of us, social media is an integral part of our everyday lives. But the ramifications of social media can go beyond just an unfunny post or angry response; on more than one occasion, social…

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New Opportunities with Voice Controlled Accessibility Software: Federated Machine Learning and Linux Mobile Devices, Colton Loftus, UG '23 (2264753)

For individuals with health limitations, machine learning provides a powerful way to create more useful accessibility software. Voice controlled accessibility software is one such example that allows…

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CITP Distinguished Lecture Series: Jon Kleinberg – The Challenge of Understanding What Users Want: Inconsistent Preferences and Engagement Optimization

Online platforms have a wealth of data, run countless experiments and use industrial-scale algorithms to optimize user experience. Despite this, many users seem to regret the time they spend on these…

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Learning to Write, Writing to Learn

Writing is a highly complex task that integrates cognitive processing, deployment of linguistic skills, and an awareness of the social context in which written communication unfolds. Writing…

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