schedule

fall 2019 and spring 2020     previous semesters schedules

All meetings unless otherwise noted will be on Wednesdays 12:15 – 1:30 in Wilson 142

date participants / speaker topic
Wed 4 Sept Raf Alvarado
(UVA Data Science Institute)
[slides] Presentation on The Age of Surveillance Capitalism.
Short article (Access needs UVA Library Login)
Joint session with the HIL Surveillance Group
Wed 11 Sept Robin Hanson (Economics, George Mason University and Oxford Future of Humanity Institute) [slides]Where Does Automation Win, in the Short And Very Long Run?
Wed 18 Sept Greg Wheeler
(Professor of Philosophy and Computer Science, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Director Centre for Human and Machine Intelligence)
[slides] Prolegomenon to Machine Epistemology
Wed 25 Sept Juan Carlos Caicedo
(Broad Institute, Cambridge Mass)
[slides] Visual Recognition for Quantitative Biology
Wed Oct 2  Zac Irving (Philosophy)  Beyond Importance: Exploration as an Attention Norm
Wed Oct 9  Haifeng Xu (Computer Science, UVA) The Complex Roles of Information in Strategic Interactions
Wed Oct 9 (CS special lecture)

10:30 a.m. Rice Hall 242

Nicholas Weaver
Researcher, ICSI
Lecturer, CS, UC Berkeley
Reflecting on Internet Surveillance and Control
Wed Oct 16  Deborah Hellman (Law, UVA) Algorithmic Fairness
Friday Oct 25 12:15-1:30 Wilson 142

 

Cameron Buckner
(Philosophy, University of Houston)
The Comparative Psychology of Artificial Intelligences
Wed 30 Oct No meeting
Wed Nov 6 Worthy Martin (CS/IATH UVA)

Chip Levy (Neurosurgery UVA)

Vicente Ordonez-Roman (CS)

Cameron Buckner (Philosophy, University of Houston)

 Panel + audience discussion on adversarial examples in AI
Wed Nov 13  No meeting
Wed Nov 20  Paul Humphreys  Some Thoughts About the Epistemic Dimensions of Contemporary AI and Data
Wed Nov 27 No meeting, Thanksgiving
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Wed Jan 22  Natasha Foutz
(UVA Commerce School)
Applications of Machine Learning to Marketing Big Data.
Wed Jan 29
Wed Feb 5  Catherine Schuman
(Oak Ridge National Lab)
 Neuromorphic Computing and ML
Wed Feb 12 John Basl
(Philosophy, Northeastern University)
Computer Ethics
Wed Feb 19  Jordan Rodu (UVA Statistics) The Principled Prediction-Problem Ontology:

When Black Box Algorithms Are (Not) Appropriate

Wed Feb 26  John Chamberlin (Observatory Group)  AI, Financial Markets, and the Future of Work
Wed Mar 4 Sarah Brayne
(Sociology, UT Texas)
Criminal Justice and Big Data
Wed Mar 11 No meeting, Spring Break
Wed Mar 18
Wed Mar 25  Rennie Mapp (Digital Humanities, UVA)  What Do Digital Humanists Bring to the Study of Artificial Intelligence?
Thu Apr 2 – Sat Apr 4 Humanities Informatics Lab Showcase, Wilson 142
Wed Apr 8  Joseph Kadane (Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University)  Bayesian Epistemology
Wed Apr 15  Bert Huang (CS, Virginia Tech)  Fairness in Machine Learning
 Wed April 22  Johannes Lenhard (Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany)  Model Plasticity