3:00 PM – 4:30 PM on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 Refreshments & networking at 2:45 PM Hariri Institute for Computing 111 Cummington Mall, Room 180 This Wednesday@Hariri event is presented in collaboration with the AI Research Initiative (AIR) and the Software & Application Innovation Lab (SAIL). J.J. Allaire Founder, RStudio Machine Learning with TensorFlow and R Abstract: TensorFlow […]
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3:00 PM – 4:30 PM on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 Refreshments & networking at 2:45 PM Hariri Institute for Computing 111 Cummington Mall, Room 180 The Hariri Institute for Computing continues its 2017-2018 “Meet Our Fellows” series, which will showcase the Institute’s 2017 Junior Faculty Fellows and Graduate Student Fellows. Prior to Junior Faculty Fellow presentations, a Graduate Student Fellow […]
The Hariri Institute for Computing continues its 2017-2018 “Meet Our Fellows” series, featuring Maxwell Palmer from the Department of Political Science.
The BU Cyber Alliance is pleased to host Alexandra Wood (Harvard) for a seminar, titled “Bridging Privacy Definitions: Differential Privacy and Privacy Concepts from Law and Policy.”
The Institute is pleased to host a Data Science Initiative (DSI) Distinguished Lecture, to be given by Nisheeth Vishnoi on Tuesday, February 13th.
This seminar will describe the speaker’s work in artistic image rendering and stylization, also called Non-Photorealistic Rendering.
This seminar will present recent long-term recurrent network models that learn cross-modal description and explanation, using implicit and explicit approaches, which can be applied to domains including fine-grained recognition and visuomotor policies.
Join the Hariri Institute for Computing and the Computer Science Department for Sarah Adel Bargal’s thesis proposal defense. Sarah Adel is a PhD candidate in the Computer Science Department and a Hariri Institute Graduate Student Fellow.
Regina Barzilay is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a member of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research interests are in natural language processing.
Paul Ohm is a Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center. He specializes in information privacy, computer crime law, intellectual property, and criminal procedure. He teaches courses in all of these topics and more and he serves as a faculty director for the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown.