CRCS Director Milind Tambe gave the keynote on Monday, October 25, 2021. Professor Tambe's talk, titled, "“Multiagent Reasoning for Social Impact: Results from Deployments for Public Health and Conservation," discussed using artificial intelligence (AI) to create research solutions for complex societal problems. Additional information is available here.
The Harvard Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS) is currently accepting applications for postdoctoral fellows and summer fellows for 2022. Applications are due December 15th, 2021 though the postdoc position will accept applications until the positions are filled.
CRCS brings together computer scientists and scholars from a broad range of fields to make advances in computational research that serve public interest. We are currently collaborating on interdisciplinary projects in areas such as population health, poverty and inequality, and conservation...
CRCS alumna and current Leonardo Assistant Professor in the Institute for Software Research in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University Fei Fang has been awarded the 2021 IJCAI Computers and Thought Award. Professor Fang was recognized for her contributions to the integration of machine learning with game theory and the use of these techniques for social challenges.
CRCS Director Milind Tambe was featured on an episode of the Harvard Catalyst podcast, ThinkResearch. In this episode, Homeless Youth Social Networks and HIV Prevention Education, Professor Tambe describes his work using Artificial Intelligence for social good and talks about his work using AI to promote HIV prevention among homeless youth.
bwaberNext is a fascinating @HCRCS talk by @galkaminka on swarms & agent modeling. There are many different problems and approaches discussed here-how groups of ppl walk, to how to organize robots, to how to design swarms of Asimovian nanobots (really!) t.co/2QjjMY0E3l (6/7)