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As machine learning moves into real world application, solving data problems across science and industry, we must ask what it means to use machine learning well. Most problems do not occur as part of the algorithms, but as part of the systems that we build around the machine learning algorithms. PIK Professor Konrad Kording gives ...Read More
On May 10, PWCC invited Rebecca A. Fannin (CNBC contributor) to discuss her book Silicon Heartland, which takes readers on a tour of the new frontiers of high-tech innovation. The book serves as a contrast to China’s technology drive, increasing US-China frictions, and the decoupling of tech ecosystems. Read More
On April 4, 2023 Dr. Gushi Lin gave a talk about the challenges and research opportunities in the state-of-the-art quantum computing engineering technology stacks, including quantum computing devices, peripheral control hardware architecture, compiler design/optimization, programming language design, etc. He also introduced his recent works in tackling some of these challenges from multiple technology stacks. The second ...Read More
Will the immersive and persistent virtual experiences of the Metaverse transform the way we live, work, and interact in the coming years? On August 18, 2022 (ET), Wharton faculty and industry experts led the new Wharton Executive Education program, “Business in the Metaverse Economy.” Moderated by Prof. Kevin Werbach, the program saw Profs. Barbara Kahn, ...Read More
T cells are important to the initiation, prevention, and cure of many diseases. In the past several years, Penn Prof. Jenny Jiang and her team have developed several tools to profile the T cell repertoire from T cell receptor diversity to T cell receptor affinity to multi-dimensional profiling of single T cells in high-throughput. On ...Read More