|Location:||David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley|
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The digital revolution affects every aspect of human society and infrastructure — communications channels, medical imaging, and radar systems, to name just a few. This revolution is based on sensing the physical signals around us and representing the acquired signals as digital bits that can be processed by a computer. But information is lost in this process: acquisition and digitization are limited by physical and mathematical bounds. In this talk, Yonina Eldar will consider how the interplay among science, physics, and algorithms can pave the way to enhanced technology that is not limited by these bounds.No Notes/Supplements Uploaded No Video Files Uploaded