Year: 2019

Wetmore in Cognitive Brown Bag Weds. 10/16 at noon

Stacey Wetmore, Roanoke College, will give a presentation in Cognitive brown bag Weds. 10/16 at noon in Tobin 521B. Title and abstract TBA. All are welcome!

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Thost in CICS Thurs. 10/17 at 11:45

who: Veronika Thost when: 10/17 (Thursday) 11:45a – 1:15p where: Computer Science Building Rm 150 food: Athena’s Pizza generous sponsor:  ORACLE LABS “Knowledge Representations & Reasoning Meets Machine Learning” Abstract: In many domains, there is structured knowledge which can be leveraged for reasoning

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Van Horn in CICS Thurs. 10/10 at 11:45

who: Grant Van Horn when: 10/10 (Thursday) 11:45a – 1:15p where: Computer Science Building Rm 150 food: Athena’s Pizza generous sponsor:  ORACLE LABS Visipedia + iNaturalist: integrating machine learning into a naturalist community Abstract: iNaturalist is a community of over 2 million nature

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[neural-linguistics] Korrel et al. (2019) Thurs. 10/10 at 3pm

This Thursday, the neural-linguistics group will discuss Korrel et al. (2019): Transcoding Compositionally: Using Attention to Find More Generalizable Solutions. at 3pm in ILC N451. All are welcome!

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Mayer in Cognitive Brown Bag Weds. 10/9 at noon

Erika Mayer (UMass linguistics) will give a presentation in Cognitive brown bag Weds. 10/9 at noon in Tobin 521B. Title and abstract TBA. All are welcome!

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Frank in Linguistics Colloquium Wed. 10/11 at 3:30pm

Bob Frank, Yale University, will present “Inductive Bias in Language Acquisition: UG vs. Deep Learning” in the Linguistics colloquium series at 3:30 Fri. Oct 11 in the ILC N400. An abstract follows. All are welcome! Abstract: Generative approaches to language acquisition

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Huang and Pandey in Cognitive Brown Bag, Wed. 10/2 at noon

Kuan-Jung Huang and Sandarsh Pandev, the second year doctoral students in the PBS, will present on “Ethical considerations surrounding Bayesian statistics” in Cognitive brown bag Weds. 10/2 at noon in Tobin 521B. All are welcome!  

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Prabhumoye in CICS Thurs. 10/3 at 11:45

who:  Shrimai Prabhumoye (CMU))when: Oct 3 (Thursday) 11:45a – 1:15pwhere: Computer Science Building Rm 150food: Athena’s Pizzagenerous sponsor:  ORACLE LABS  “Controlling style, content, and structure in natural language generation“ Abstract: The 21st century is witnessing a major shift in the way people interact

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Coppock in Linguistics Fri. 9/27 at 3:30

Elizabeth Coppock, Boston University, will present “Universals in Superlative Semantics” in the Linguistics colloquium series at 3:30 Fri. 9/27. An abstract follows. All are welcome! Abstract: This talk reports on the results of a broad cross-linguistic study on the semantics

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Jefferson in Cognitive Brown Bag Weds. 9/25 at noon

Brett Jefferson will present on “Using systems factorial technology to understand automation” in Cognitive brown bag Weds. 9/25 at noon in Tobin 521B. Abstract below. All are welcome! Abstract. Viewing the perception as a systems processing model provides insight and rigor

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