Are you looking to stretch your imagination and creativity? Do you need something interesting to talk about in job interviews? Looking to join a research lab?
Join Collectively! We organize extremely low time commitment reading groups that explore the latest innovations at the intersection of computing and society. This phase, our reading group themes explore topics being actively researched by Prof. Yang Liu; Prof. Leila Takayama, Human Robot Interaction Lab; Prof. Jim Whitehead; Prof. Angus Forbes, Creative Coding Lab; Prof. Eddie Melcer, Alt Games Lab; Prof. Jose Renau, MASC; Prof. Daniel Fremont; and Prof. David Lee, Tech4Good Lab.
- Fairness in AI,
- Crowdsourcing and AI,
- Socially Expressive Robots,
- Human-Robot Interaction,
- Future of Education and Work,
- Technology and Democracy,
- Game Design,
- Games and Learning,
- Network Visualization,
- VR and Data Science,
- Procedural Content Generation,
- Safety of Autonomous Vehicles,
- Productive Open Source Hardware Design,
- Robustness of ML Algorithms,
- Explainable AI
We have a diverse cohort from freshmen to PhD students across many disciplines. No prior knowledge is expected - all students are encouraged to join! We know you're busy, so reading groups are extremely light. Groups meet one-hour a week for four weeks. That's it! You are only committing to read and summarize a single paper during that time.
Click here for more information on the launch meeting on 2/12 using the Zoom link:
https://ucsc.zoom.us/j/97210341690?pwd=WExvY0tZeE81V0pHM2V4Q1UzRHA0QT09 (Meeting ID: 972 1034 1690; Passcode: t4g). Feel free to send us an email if you have any questions.
Looking forward to exploring with you!
Prof. David Lee and The Collectively Team