– Hi everyone. I’m Priya Natarajan; I am the current director of the Franke Program in Science and the Humanities, and I would like to give a warm welcome to our first talk of the academic year. Our talk today is part of the continuing series on mapping and knowing,… Continue Reading Mapping the Frontier between Man and Machine

The next kind of thing we’re going to talk about is what’s called the curse of dimensionality. So this is as much a data– this is sort of a data quality issue, but it’s something that we have to be careful about when we’re doing data processing. So the curse… Continue Reading Dimensionality Reduction | Introduction to Data Mining part 14

Hi! Welcome back to Data Mining with Weka. In the last lesson, we looked at classification by regression, how to use linear regression to perform classification tasks. In this lesson we’re going to look at a more powerful way of doing the same kind of thing. It’s called “logistic regression”.… Continue Reading Data Mining with Weka (4.4: Logistic regression)

It is appropriate that I begin by acknowledging the traditional owners to the land on which this parliament meets and pay my respect to elders past and present. I am very pleased to take the opportunity to speak to this report of the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition relating… Continue Reading Constitutional Recognition relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

[Music] analytics communication change management strategy processes cross-cultural relationships product management cost and quality management I think that’s the complete business yeah well you seen gentleman he’s a senior manager technology with Thomson Reuters please give a huge round of applause for krishna mohan along with him we also have… Continue Reading Applications of Predictive Analytics in Legal | Litigation Analytics, Data Mining & AI | Great Lakes

>>Well, thank you everyone for coming for morning 10:30 talk. It gives me incredible pleasure, I’m super excited to introduce Stefanie Tellex who is faculty at Brown. And Stefanie does some incredible work at intersection of machine learning, reinforcement learning, robotics, human-robot interaction, grounded language, all amazing stuff. And I… Continue Reading Learning Models of Language, Action and Perception for Human-Robot Collaboration

Professor Anna Choromanska : Welcome to the first talk of 2019 seminar series on modern artificial intelligence at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. This series which we launched last year, aims to bring together faculty students and researchers.. to discuss the most important trends in the world of AI,… Continue Reading Research challenges in using computer vision in robotics systems

You’ve got to take a step back way back, really to the beginning of the industrial period or before, if you want to. The point was there are very few places in the world that have good geography internally that allows them to consolidate into a single ethnic group and… Continue Reading What’s Driving Towards Protectionist Tariffs? (w/ Peter Zeihan) | Expert View | Real Vision™

You’ve probably heard of the Turing test, which Alan Turing put forth decades ago when he asked the question, “Can a machine think?” He proposes a test where a person sitting at a terminal typing questions and receiving answers can’t really tell whether they’re talking to a human or to… Continue Reading Can a Machine Think?

Imagine a solar cell that you can’t see, it’s just there, integrated in the devices that you have all over your home The unique thing with Exeger solar cell is that it will generate electricity under any light condition, even indoor. It will integrate into any surface of the device… Continue Reading Exeger – Changing the perception of power