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Morten Hansen
Thinkers50 is a global ranking of management thinkers published every two years.
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Six Berkeley I School students won the Play Conference hackathon grand prize for their app using virtual reality technology to empower tetraplegics.
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Information visualization has expanded beyond the research lab into a wide range of professional disciplines and fields. Professor Marti Hearst has taught information visualization at the I School since 1998.
Executive director Dr. Betsy Cooper and senior fellow Jonathan Reiber join research center.
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MIMS students Brian Goodness and Owen Hsiao won first place in this weekend’s Hack2Health “Innovations in Diabetes” Hackathon. Their team designed an app to enhance the restaurant dining experiences of diabetes patients.
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Four MIMS students developed a text-based messaging system to connect day laborers with local employers in this weekend’s Meeting of the Minds hackathon.
Chris Jay Hoofnagle
Hoofnagle is a scholar of information privacy law, consumer protection law, and cybersecurity. He will be joining the I School as an adjunct professor in January 2016.
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Position will begin July 2016; applications are due December 14.
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“We’re going to have much less privacy in the future,” says Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, UC Berkeley’s new university librarian. Privacy and surveillance are caught in an arms race, but surveillance is going to win that arms race.
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Is technology affecting our mental health? Can technology support free speech and still protect against harassment? How do we embed our biases in big data algorithms? The Center for Technology, Society & Policy wants to explore these questions and more.

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