The first New England Machine Learning Day will be held May 16th, 2012, from 9:50am-5:40pm at Microsoft Research New England, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02138. The event will bring together local academics and researchers in machine learning and its applications. There will be a lively poster session during lunch.
|10:00-10:40||Tommi Jaakkola (MIT)||Scaling structured prediction|
|10:45-11:25||Andrew McCallum (UMass Amherst)||Joint inference and probabilistic databases for large-scale knowledge-base construction|
|11:30-12:10||Leslie Valiant (Harvard)||Reasoning on learned knowledge|
|12:10-1:40||Lunch and posters|
|1:45-2:25||Ohad Shamir (MSR)||New approaches to collaborative filtering|
|2:30-3:10||Pedro Felzenszwalb (Brown)||Object detection with grammar models|
|3:30-4:10||Edo Airoldi (Harvard)||Valid inference in high-throughput biology and social media marketing|
|4:15-4:55||Regina Barzilay (MIT)||Multilingual learning via selective sharing|
|5:00-5:40||Ce Liu (MSR)||A dense correspondence framework for visual computing|
Pre-registration is now closed, but please come. We expect to accommodate everybody who comes, but in the unlikely event that too many people come, priority will be given to graduate students, faculty, and researchers who registered earliest.
There will be a poster session during lunch. To submit, please email a brief abstract describing the project to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 5th, 2012.
Directions. The event will be on the first floor of One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142. Note that we are very close to the Kendall T stop, while parking is 27 dollars for the day.
OrganizersSham Kakade (Microsoft Research, Chair)
Ryan Adams (Harvard)
Adam Tauman Kalai (Microsoft Research)
Cynthia Rudin (MIT)
Joshua Tenenbaum (MIT)