A Matter of Privacy
January 8, 2021
We are pleased to announce that Evidation Health has become a founding member of the UCSB Center for Responsible Machine Learning. Evidation and CRML will be working to improve privacy in ML applications of personal health data.
2020 Award for Inclusion Research from Google
October 23, 2020
Timothy Sherwood and Sharon Tettegah receive the 2020 Award for Inclusion Research from Google for their proposal "Iterative Design of a Black Studies Research Computing Initiative through `Flipped Research’"
Responsible Machine Learning Summit Overview
October 16, 2020
The special focus of the 2020 Responsible Machine Learning Summit was on AI and COVID-19. Watch the talks and discussions from the summit here.
Reinforcement Learning-Based Self-Driving Wireless Network Management System
July 24, 2020
CRML affiliate faculty members Arpit Gupta, Elizabeth Belding, and Yu-Xiang Wang receive Future Wireless Systems Research Award from Intel and the National Science Foundation.
Fortune features CRML and William Wang
January 31, 2020
A Fortune article about the use of AI in marketing features William Wang weighing in on the ethical concerns and potential social benefits of AI-driven communication.
UCSB's Center for Responsible Machine Learning Announces Distinguished Lecture Series
January 2, 2020
“These will be research-oriented academic lectures that dive into technical discussions about the solutions for the center’s key topics,” said Wang, who has received a DARPA Young Faculty Award from the U.S. Department of Defense, three IBM faculty awards, and multiple research awards from Facebook and Adobe for his work on machine learning and NLP. “Our hope is that these lectures will help increase the depth of research in the center and allow UCSB students and faculty to engage with leaders in the AI community.”
Leading the Charge
October 30, 2019
Scientists from Intel, Amazon, Facebook and Google joined some of the leading academic minds on artificial intelligence (AI) to discuss the future of machine learning during the inaugural Responsible Machine Learning Summit hosted by UC Santa Barbara.