The Center for the Theoretical Foundations of Learning, Inference, Information, Intelligence, Mathematics and Microeconomics at Berkeley (CLIMB) addresses new conceptual and mathematical challenges arising at the interface between technology, science, and society.
CLIMB recognizes the emergence of a new generation of technology that focuses on data, inferences, and decisions, a development that is leading to a deeper engagement between technology and real-world phenomena that involve human decisions, values, discoveries, and culture.
Faculty in CLIMB focus on theoretical challenges across a wide range of problem areas, bridging classical academic disciplines and seeking broad new conceptual and mathematical foundations. We aim to train students who are future thought leaders, able to climb to nearby mountaintops and perceive the full scope of emerging problems.
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Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society
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