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    Justice Department designates Mayer to serve as first chief science and technology adviser and chief AI officer

  • Trio of headshots.

    Three faculty members named Sloan Research Fellows

  • Ellen Zhong in a computer lab

    Using computer vision to see proteins

  • Microscope image of the brain's cerebellum, showing multiple folds and layers labeled in green and blue.

    Spatial data adds ‘great new dimension’ to studies on cancer and development

  • Smiling man with folded arms stands in front of researchers working at computers

    Bridging experiments and data to decode the genome

  • Chatbot illustration with person's hands holding a phone.

    Personalizing ChatGPT can make it more offensive, researchers find


  • February 26

    12:30 pm

    Instance-Optimization: Rethinking Database Design for the Next 1000X

  • February 27

    12:30 pm

    Towards More Human-like Learning in Machines: Bridging the Data and Generalization Gaps

  • February 29

    12:30 pm

    Making Language Models Useful

  • March 04

    12:30 pm

    Rethinking Data Use in Large Language Models

  • March 05

    12:30 pm

    Scalable and Efficient Systems for Large Language Models

  • March 07

    12:30 pm

    Secure Systems from Insecure Components