The CIS seminars are a forum for weekly talks about all areas of artificial intelligence, including machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, and robotics. If you'd like to suggest a speaker, or to give a talk, then please contact Charles Sutton.
|When is it?||4:00 pm on Thursday as announced|
|Where is it?||405 Soda Hall, UC Berkeley|
|Is there a mailing list?||Yes! Join the cis-seminar list on the Sympa mailing list server|
Escaping the Lure of the Retinotopic Map
and Lifting Meaning from the Shadows Cast on the Walls of Plato's Cave
University of Cambridge
|Bayesian Hierarchical Clustering|
University of Toronto and CombineNet, Inc.
|Automated Channel Abstraction for Advertising Auctions|
University of Pennsylvania
|Learning from Collective Preferences, Behavior, and Beliefs|
|Clustering by Matching and Maximizing Relative Margin|
|Hilbert Space Methods for Distributions|
|Mar 26||SPRING BREAK|
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
|Learning with imperfect data|
|Vox Populi: Learning from a Crowd|
|An Efficient Method for Large-Scale Multi-task Learning: An Application to Image Classification|
|Robust Optimization and Regularization|
The schedules from previous semesters are also available.