Modern Artificial Intelligence | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Modern Artificial Intelligence

ECE Special Seminar Series
Addressing the most important new research in the world of artificial intelligence (AI)


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Live Stream

 

Machine Learning for Personalization
Tony Jebara, Netflix
Feb. 28, 2019


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NYU Tandon's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering hosted a seminar series addressing the most important new research in the world of artificial intelligence (AI), featuring researchers who have made fundamental contributions to the emerging technology. The seminar series was organized by Professor Anna Choromanska in Fall 2017.

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    Fall 2019 Seminars

    TITLE SPEAKER DATE & TIME LOCATION
    Learning Representations Using Causal Invariance Leon Bottou, Facebook AI Research 10/07/19
    11 am
    370 Jay Seminar Room 1201
    Distributed Machine Learning over Networks Francis Bach, INRIA, Paris France 11/14/19
    11 am
    370 Jay Seminar Room 1201

    Spring 2019 Seminars

    TITLE SPEAKER DATE & TIME LOCATION
    Research challenges in using computer vision in robotics systems* Martial Hebert, Carnegie Mellon University 2/8/19
    11 am
    MakerSpace Event Space
    Machine Learning for Personalization* Tony Jebara, Netflix 2/28/19
    11 am
    370 Jay Room 1201
    Towards a Lasting Human-AI Interaction Manuela Veloso, JPMorgan Chase 4/4/19
    11:30 am
    MakerSpace Event Space
    The Biology of Memory and Age Related Memory Loss Eric Kandel, Columbia University 5/8/19
    3 pm
    370 Jay Room 1201

    *Seminars will be live streamed on this webpage.


    Fall 2018 Seminars

    TITLE SPEAKER DATE & TIME LOCATION

    The AI Trinity: Data + Algorithms + Infrastructure

    (watch video)

    Anima Anandkumar, Caltech 10/9/18,  11 am 370 Jay Room 1201

    The Era of Artificial Intelligence

    (watch video)

    Kai-Fu Lee, Chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures 10/9/18, 1 pm 370 Jay 202 Auditorium

    The Blessings of Multiple Causes

    (watch video)

    David Blei,
    Columbia University
    10/29/18,
    11 am
    370 Jay 202 Auditorium

    The Path to the Nobel Prize

    (watch video)

    Richard J. Roberts, New England Biolabs, Inc. 12/11/18,
    11 am
    370 Jay Room 1201

    Fall 2017 Seminars

    • Yann LeCun, director of AI research at Facebook and a member of the New York University faculty  
    • Yoshua Bengio, head of the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA) and an editor of the Journal of Machine Learning Research
    • Stefano Soatto, founding director of the UCLA Vision Lab
    • Vladimir Vapnik, the creator of the first support vector machine (SVM) algorithm.