How does cutting-edge algorithm design enhance our computational efficiency and lead the way to practical solutions? Will “big data” continue to be embraced by people — and robots — for a better society? What “big ideas” are Berkeley’s brightest students developing?
Join dean Kathy Yelick, entrepreneur Felipe Chávez Cortés, and senior program director Phillip Denny for a forward-looking discussion about how our evolving ability to process large amounts of data is shaping the way we work and live — and the big things building in Berkeley.
Robert S. Pepper Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Associate Dean for Research, Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society
Senior Advisor on Computing, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Felipe Chávez Cortés
CEO and Co-founder, Kiwibot
Director, Big Ideas @ Berkeley