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book cover for Fake Photos by Hany Farid
Professor Hany Farid has authored a new book, Fake Photos, a concise and accessible guide to techniques for detecting doctored and fake images in photographs and digital media.
Mugdha Bhusari (MIMS ’20)
MIMS student Mugdha Bhusari spent the summer as a data science intern at a research center.
Melrose Huang
MIMS student Melrose Huang interned as a UX researcher in a startup this past summer.
group of professional students
August 18–22, 2019, 89 Master of Information and Data Science students joined the I School community in the Bay Area for the School’s 13th MIDS Immersion program. 
woman presenting at conference
Cybersecurity lecturer Daniel Aranki discusses the novel research projects emerging from the I School’s Privacy Engineering course.
Jennifer Tour Chayes
Chayes is a Microsoft technical fellow and managing director for Microsoft Research. Her term will begin on January 1, 2020.
students in class
All UC Berkeley graduate students may apply to earn the certificate.
Chancellor Christ awards Dean Saxenian the Berkeley Citation
Dean Anno Saxenian was awarded the Berkeley Citation, among the highest honors the campus bestows on its community, in a surprise announcement at an event on June 30, 2019.
The face of Barack Obama with tracking marks on his features
Prof. Hany Farid and graduate student Shruti Agarwal have created a new forensic approach that can use the subtle characteristics of how a person speaks to recognize whether a new video of that individual is real or a fake.
Hany Farid
Hany Farid authors op-ed calling for a move to from the Information Age to the Knowledge Age.

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