Professor Alvin Cheung talks with Justin Gottschlich, Principal AI Scientist and Director/Founder of Machine Programming Research at Intel Labs, about his journey to Berkeley, machine programming, and verified lifting. Alvin and Justin are teaching a Machine Programming course at UC Berkeley, Fall 2021.
EPIC Lab receives $2M NSF grant to build tools for criminal justice big datasets
Originally posted on EECS NEWS: Submitted by Magdalene L. Crowley on September 7, 2021 – 1:55pm EPIC Lab receives $2M NSF grant to build tools for criminal justice big datasets CS Prof. Joseph Hellerstein, and Assistant Profs. Aditya Parmeswaran and Sarah Chasins, are among the principal investigators of a new lab that has just received a $2M grant from the National Science Foundation to make big datasets used by the criminal justice system more accessible to non-technical researchers. The Effective Programming, Interaction, and Computation with Data (EPIC) Lab will create tools that utilize machine learning, program synthesis, and human-centered design, to improve the ability of public defenders, investigators and paralegals to research police misconduct, judicial decision-making, and related issues, for their…