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Past Seminars

Thursday  Jun. 15, 2017
Artificial Intelligence Goes All-In: Computers Playing Poker
Michael Bowling
Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta

Wednesday  Apr. 26, 2017
Libratus: Beating Top Humans in No-Limit Poker
Noam Brown
PhD Student, Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University

Tuesday  Apr. 11, 2017
Dissecting Driver Behaviors Under Cognitive, Emotional, Sensorimotor, and Mixed Stressors
Ioannis Pavlidis
University of Houston

Tuesday  Feb. 21, 2017
Procedural Language and Knowledge
Yejin Choi
Assistant Professor
University of Washington

Tuesday  Feb. 07, 2017
Learning representations of large-scale networks
Jian Tang
Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Michigan

Tuesday  Dec. 13, 2016
Language Use in Written Dialog: Beliefs, Gender, Social Networks, and Power
Owen Rambow
Senior Research Scientist
Center for Computational Learning Systems, Columbia University

Tuesday  Nov. 15, 2016
Interactive Sports Analytics: Going Beyond Spreadsheets
Patrick Lucey
Director of Data Science

Tuesday  Nov. 08, 2016
AI Seminar: Emily Mower Provost and Arunesh Sinha
Emily Mower Provost / Arunesh Sinha
Human Behavior Understanding and Engineering: A Partnership / AI for safety and security

Tuesday  Oct. 11, 2016
Statistical and Algorithmic Tools to Aid Recovery in Flint
Jacob Abernethy and Eric Schwartz
University of Michigan

Tuesday  Oct. 04, 2016
Biometric template protection and biometric privacy (first half) + Brief introduction to other ML research projects (second half)
Berrin Yanikoglu
Sabanci University, Turkey

Tuesday  Sep. 27, 2016
Toyota AI Seminar - Amanda Stent
Amanda Stent
NLP Researcher

Tuesday  Jun. 28, 2016
Sampling Based Motion Planning with Reachable Volumes
Troy McMahon
PhD student, Parasol Lab, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Texas A&M University

Monday  Jun. 20, 2016
Robots That (Provide) Care
Maja Matarić
University of Southern California

Monday  May. 02, 2016
Whats in a Game? An Intelligent and Adaptive Approach to Security
Arunesh Sinha
post-doctoral researcher
University of Southern California


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