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    New study by #BrenUCSB Assist. Professor Robert Heilmayr and colleagues: Palm oil certification reduces deforestati… https://t.co/GomBYlwfM9
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    RT @libratorybot: December 9 #Landsat8 #ThomasFire images visualized by @UCSBLibrary 's Andrew Jessup. https://t.co/2MHaR5aaBM
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    In study-arity with #UCSB Library, @UCLA_Powell and @UCLA_YRL have opened their doors to Gauchos. During Finals Wee… https://t.co/aal5n7UGkP
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    .@UCSB_Volleyball standout Lindsey Ruddins today earned her 2nd career All-America honor from @AVCAVolleyball! She… https://t.co/AnWAHEXC54
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    Our thoughts go out to our community and everyone impacted by the #thomasfire, and our thanks go out to the firefig… https://t.co/wVOpBsKRWI
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    Another #UCSB faculty member honored! Congratulations to optical engineer Daniel J. Blumenthal who was named a 2017… https://t.co/ZLTkdt1wAE
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    Resources and updates on the Thomas fire https://t.co/rA11vadrOq #UCSB #ucsbgradpost
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artificial intelligence

  • PSTAT faculty establish a Distinguished Lecture Series to explore topics in the emerging field of data science

  • UCSB engineers, Disney Research and Pixar Animation Studios collaborate to incorporate AI into a computer-based rendering system

  • UCSB English professor Carl Gutierrez-Jones discusses the fascination with self-destruction in science fiction
    UCSB English professor Carl Gutierrez-Jones discusses the fascination with self-destruction in science fiction

    A new book by English Professor Carl Gutierrez-Jones examines the concept of suicide in science fiction

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    A circuit implementing the rudimentary artificial neural network successfully classified three letters by their images

  • UC Santa Barbara computer science professor Matthew Turk has been elected Fellow by the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR).

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