Students have begun developing software in gaming, natural language processing and machine learning which uses artificial intelligence concepts in the code. The Artificial Intelligence Club has created a platform for students to come together to develop projects with other students spanning various majors, from computer science to psychology and linguistics to cognitive science.
Growing up, Tony Tolbert would often see strangers around his dinner table.
Almost every evening, his father would bring somebody home. Often, it was someone whom he had just met that day, said his mother, Marie Tolbert.
Businesses in Westwood don’t often stay for long.
Since February 2010, at least 111 fast-food shops, restaurants, retail stores and service businesses in the Village have shut their doors, while 100 new ones opened.
Thursday was a good day for 7-year-old Troy – a small black Chihuahua who used to live on the streets of Los Angeles.
Despite being the oldest dog at the adoption stall at the Westwood Village Farmers Market, he was the first to find a new home.
The UCLA administration is offering a Spanish course to all university employees for the first time this year to facilitate communication with Spanish-speaking colleagues.
Employees can currently enroll in the class, which begins Tuesday and runs until April 24.
Organizations on the Hill are beginning to institute a number of water and energy saving initiatives this month in connection with the annual energy-conservation competition, “Do It in the Dark.”
The contest is organized by Team Green on the Hill, a group of residents aiming to make residential housing more sustainable.
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