Upcoming Lectures

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Using video games to reverse engineer human intelligence

Speaker: Samuel Gershman

Video games have recently become a popular platform to test reinforcement learning algorithms, which sometimes achieve human-level performance. But do …

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Past Lectures

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Intelligent Data Mining Techniques for Automatic Service Management

Speaker: Qing Wang

Today, IT performance plays a critical factor in the success of a business. As more and more industries are involved …

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Predictive Modeling of Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosis and Prognosis

Speaker: Maryamossadat Aghili

Alzheimer‘s Diseases (AD) is an irreversible and progressive neurodegenerative disorder whose manifestations include memory loss, confusion, and cognitive impairment that …

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A Method and Tool for Finding Concurrency Bugs Involving Multiple Variables with Application to Modern Distributed Systems

Speaker: Zhuo Sun

Concurrency bugs are extremely hard to detect due to huge interleaving space. They are happening in the real world more …

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Quantum Computing and IBM Q: An Introduction

Speaker: Robert M. Szabo, Ph.D.

Though early in its development, quantum computing is now available on real hardware via the cloud through IBM Q. This …

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Multi-Robot Coordination and Scheduling for Deactivation & Decommissioning

Speaker: Sebastian A. Zanlongo

Large quantities of high-level radioactive waste were generated during WWII. This waste is being stored in facilities such as double-shell …

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Automatic Extraction of Narrative Structure from Long Form Text

Speaker: Joshua Daniel Eisenberg

Automatic understanding of stories is a long-held goal of artificial intelligence and natural language processing research communities. Stories explain the …

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