The pace of innovation in machine learning has accelerated in recent years, reflecting an unabated demand for efficient data analysis tools. This workshop was an opportunity to discover some of the topics that have recently emerged in the field, and hear from research carried out by renowned specialists.
Students are particularly encouraged to attend; all talks will include introductory material.
March 17 and 18 2014 (Mon. and Tue.)
Speakers will introduce their research topic and present research results in about one hour, 10 extra minutes will be allocated for questions. See the detailed schedule for titles and abstracts.
Samy BENGIO (Google)
Amir GLOBERSON (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Yoshinobu KAWAHARA (Osaka University)
Hiroshi MAMITSUKA (Kyoto University)
Mehryar MOHRI (New York University)
Le SONG (Georgia Tech)
Ichiro TAKEUCHI (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
Ryota TOMIOKA (Toyota Tech. Institute Chicago)
Attendance is free, there is no need to register.
This event was funded by the Post-GCOE Takuetsu fund, with additionaly support from the G30 project at Kyoto University.