Month: March 2015

Petrik at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 3/12 at 12:00pm

Marek Petrik of IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center will be speaking in the Machine Learning and Friends lunch this Thursday, 12 March at 12:00pm in CS 150. His talk is titled “Better Solutions From Inaccurate Models” (abstract below). Better Solutions

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Yang at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Tues. 3/10 at 12:00pm

Bishan Yang, a PhD candidate from Cornell University, will be speaking at the Machine Learning and Friends lunch on Tuesday, 10 March at 12:00pm in CS 150. Her talk is titled “Exploiting Relational Knowledge for Extraction of Opinions and Events

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Thomas at Amherst Philosophy Colloquium March 5th at 5 pm

Laurence Thomas of Syracuse University will be presenting Fitting-In: Autonomy vs Evolutionary Biology as part of the Forry and Micken Lecture Series in Amherst College’s Pryne Lecture Hall, Fayerweather Hall 115 at 5:00 p.m. Thursday, March 5. Everyone is welcome.

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Goldman at Philosophy Colloquium Friday. 3/6 at 3:30 p.m.

Alvin Goldman of Rutgers University will be presenting Gettier and the Epistemic Appraisal of Philosophical Intuitions in the UMass Philosophy Colloquium in Bartlett 206 at 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 6. Everyone is welcome.

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Ross at Cognitive Brown Bag Weds. 3/4 at noon

David Ross (postdoc in Rosie Cowell’s Computational Memory and Perception Lab) will be presenting Norm-Based versus Exemplar-Based Models of Face Recognition in the Cognitive Brown Bag series in Tobin 521B at noon Wednesday, March 4. Everyone is welcome – the abstract is

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Bakovic in Linguistics, Fri. 3/6 at 3:30pm

Eric Bakovic of UCSD will be giving a job talk titled “Ensuring the proper determination of identity: a model of possible constraints” (abstract below) this Friday, March 6 in the Linguistics department at 3:30 pm in ILC N400. All are

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Raman at Machine Learning and Friends, Thurs. 3/5 at 12:30pm

Karthik Raman, a PhD student at Cornell University working with Prof. Thorsten Joachims, will be speaking at the Machine Learning and Friends lunch this Thursday, March 5 at 12:30 pm in CS 150. His talk is titled “Man + Machine:

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