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Informatics Research Programme on Machine Learning—Introductory Session 1

The Informatics Research Advisory Committee recently approved the creation of a Research Programme on Machine Learning. Machine Learning (ML) methods are widely researched and used in many places in the School, e.g. in ANC, IPAB, ICCS and elsewhere. With the co-location of the School in the Forum there is an opportunity to develop the links between these various groups, so as to enhance mutual understanding, and likely lead to new research opportunities.

The first goal of the research programme is to conduct a series of internal meetings to bring together these researchers, so they can understand the nature of the work carried out in the different groups.

Introductory Session 1

  • 1530 Chris Williams: Introduction
  • 1545 Mike O'Boyle: Machine Learning for automating compiler/architecture co-design
  • 1600 Gillian Hayes: ML for robotic and software agents
  • 1615 Amos Storkey: Modelling time sequences
  • 1630 Frank Keller: ML for language learning and processing
  • 1645 Discussion time
  • 1700 Further discussions & food in G02
Location: 
IF G07
Dates: 
15 Oct 2008