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Optimization for radiology and social media

Optimization for Radiology and Social Media

Ken Goldberg

IEOR (EECS, School of Information, BCNM)

UC Berkeley College of Engineering Research Council, May 2010


Optimization for prostate radiology
Optimization for Prostate Radiology

Ken Goldberg, AlperAtamturk, Laurent El Ghaoui (IEOR)

James O’Brien, Jonathan Shewchuck (EECS)

I.-C. Hsu, MD, J. Pouliot, PhD (UCSF)


Superhuman Performance of Surgical Tasks by Robots using Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations

Jur van den Berg, Stephen Miller, Daniel Duckworth, Humphrey Hu, Andrew Wan, Xiao-Yu Fu, Ken Goldberg, Pieter Abbeel

University of California, Berkeley


Social media
Social Media Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations

Ken Goldberg, Gail de Kosnik, Kimiko Ryokai

Alec Ross, Katie Dowd (US State Dept)


Opinion Space: Crowdsourcing Insights Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations

Scalability: n Participants, n Viewpoints

n2 Peer to Peer Reviews

Viewpoints are k-Dimensional

Dim. Reduction: 2D Map of Affinity/Similarity

Insight vs. Agreement: Nonlinear Scoring

Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley

Alec Ross, U.S. State Dept


Mission Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations

To critically analyze and shape developments in new media from trans-disciplinary and global perspectives that emphasize humanities and the public interest.

bcnm.berkeley.edu


Humanities Iterative Learning from Human-Guided Demonstrations

Philosophy

Rhetoric

Journalism

Art History

Education

Architecture

iSchool

Public Health

Film Studies

Theater

IEOR

BAMPFA

CITRIS

Music

EECS

Art Practice

ME

Technology

Art/Design

BioE

New Media Initiative


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