Overview and Blog Purpose
The BAIR Blog provides an accessible, general-audience medium for BAIR researchers to communicate research findings, perspectives on the field, and various updates. Posts are written by students, post-docs, and faculty in BAIR, and are intended to provide relevant and timely discussion of research findings and results, both to experts and the general audience. Posts on a variety of topics studied at BAIR will appear approximately once every two weeks.
BAIR Blog Editorial Board
The editorial board consists of the following members:
with faculty advisor Sergey Levine.
We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of former board members:
- Daniel Seita (Founding Editor)
- Yuqing Du
- Atsunobu Kotani
- Brijen Thananjeyan
- Erin Grant
- Jacky Liang
- Jane Liang
- Dequan Wang
- Harry Huazhe Xu
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posts, as they own the copyright, and copy the editorial board,
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BAIR Blog Comments Policy
We ask community members to remain civil and only engage in academic, professional discussions that are relevant to the blog posts. Please also observe the following guidelines when participating and posting comments:
- Etiquette - Be polite and stay on topic.
- Expectations - Your comment will be removed if it contains malicious content.
- Privacy - Please do not post personal information regarding you or another individual.
- Moderation - Comments containing links and media will need approval before publication.
The design of this blog is based upon the Jekyll theme Pixyll and further based on the design of Off the Convex Path. We additionally thank Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research for hosting support.