New UC San Diego Symposium Stirs Dialogue Among Data Science and Arts and Humanities Experts

On February 7 and 8, UC San Diego will bring together experts from data science and the arts and humanities to examine the emerging relationship between data and culture. The symposium will provide a forum for artists, historians, philosophers, literary scholars, political scientists, and computer and data scientists to explore how analytic techniques can unveil new understandings of culture, and how the proliferation of data in everyday life changes how culture is produced, distributed, and influenced.

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Who’s Liable? The AV or the human driver?

Researchers at Columbia Engineering and Columbia Law School have developed a joint fault-based liability rule that can be used to regulate both self-driving car manufacturers and human drivers. They propose a game-theoretic model that describes the strategic interactions among the law maker, the self-driving car manufacturer, the self-driving car, and human drivers, and examine how, as the market penetration of AVs increases, the liability rule should evolve.

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Argonne researchers to share scientific computing insights at SC19

Several Argonne researchers will attend the Supercomputing 2019 (SC19) conference to share scientific computing advances and insights with an eye toward the upcoming exascale era.

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InnovationXLab Summit brings industry, national laboratories together around artificial intelligence

The recent InnovationXLab℠ Summit on AI raised the profile of the national laboratories’ work in AI and forged new partnerships between industry and the national labs.

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