schedule

date speaker title
Wed
23-Aug
Paul Humphreys (Philosophy) Differences Between Human and Machine Knowledge [slides]
Wed
30-Aug
Vicente Ordóñez Román (Computer Science) Basics of Machine Learning [slides]
Wed
6-Sep
No seminar this day
Wed
13-Sep
Jack Chen (East Asian Languages, Literatures and Cultures) On Information: An Introduction [slides]
Wed
20-Sep
Rafael Alvarado (Data Science Institute) Machine and Human Understanding of Texts [slides]
Wed
27-Sep
Chip Levy (Neurological Surgery) Using information theory and theory of natural selection to understand computation by neurons [slides]
Thurs
5-Oct
Brie Gertler (Philosophy) Extended Minds [slides]
 Wed
11-Oct
Tianlu Wang (grad CS) Images and Text [slides]
Wed
18-Oct
Dan Spitzner(Statistics) Why analyze data? How variety in the objectives of data analysis points to complementary roles for statistics and data science. [ slides]
Wed
25-Oct
no meeting
Wed
1-Nov
Ashley Deeks (Law School) War by Robot?
Wed
8-Nov
Kevin Driscoll (Media Studies) How things think: Lay theories of A.I.[slides]
Friday
17-Nov
(11am)
Alan Yuille
Cog. Sci, and Comp. Sci.
(Johns Hopkins University)
Topic: Representing Objects by Binary Visual Concept Encoding
Location: Monroe Hall 130
Time: 11am to 12:30pm.
[talk announcement]
Wed
29-Nov
Discussion Meeting