Date: 31 January 2017
Time: 11:00 – 12:30
Watch the live stream here: bit.ly/TuringLive
Recordings will be made available on our YouTube channel following the event.
Turing Short Talks are an opportunity for Turing researchers to introduce themselves, with a short presentation on their research interests and current work being undertaken at the Institute.
Short Talks are 25 minutes each, followed by a 5 minute Q&A.
This session will feature:
- Dong Nguyen, Edinburgh, Research Fellow – Text as Social and Cultural data: A Computational Perspective
- Franz Kiraly, UCL, Faculty Fellow – Which machine learning models are least wrong? And which machine learning models are not even wrong? – Deep questions about the scientific validity of the data scientific journey
- Matt Kusner, Warwick, Research Fellow – The Supervised Word Mover’s Distance
For speaker biographies, research interests and more: www.turing.ac.uk/people