Month: May 2017

Linderman in Machine Learning noon Thurs. 5/4

who: Scott W. Linderman, Columbia University when: noon, Thursday, May 4 where: Computer Science Building Rm 150 food: Antonio’s pizza “Bayesian Learning and Inference in Recurrent Switching Linear Dynamical Systems” Abstract:  Many natural systems, such as neurons firing in the brain or basketball teams traversing

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New course in Computational Cognitive Modeling of Language

Gaja Jarosz of Linguistics is offering a new course in Computational Cognitive Modeling (Ling 692C Fall 2017, MW 4-5:15). She very much welcomes participants from other departments, including advanced undergraduates with the requisite background (see prerequisites below). Anyone interested should contact

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Durbin and Stergiedis in Cognitive Brown Bag Weds. 5/3 at noon

There will be two First Year Project Reports, by Jeffery Durbin and Dimitris Stergiedis, in the Cognitive Bag Lunch on Wednesday May 3 at 12pm in Tobin 521B. Titles and abstracts below. All are welcome! Presenter: Jeffery Durbin Tile: Characterizing the Visuospatial

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