We are delighted to share the latest installment of Berkeley in the 80s, a series of interviews with Turing laureates whose award-winning research on the theory of computing was conducted at Berkeley.
This episode features Manuel Blum, in conversation with Simons Institute Senior Advisor Umesh Vazirani.
You can watch episode 1 with Shafi Goldwasser here.
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- Computational and Statistical Tools to Control a Pandemic | Theoretically Speaking
- Simons Institute Polylogues: Algorithms and Race
- Differential Privacy: Issues for Policymakers
- From the Inside: The Quantum Wave in Computing
- From the Inside: Lattices: Algorithms, Complexity, and Cryptography
- Research Vignette: Generalization and Interpolation
- Research Vignette: The Many Dimensions of High-Dimensional Expanders
- Cooks, in Theory