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  • From January 1, 2018
  • To April 18, 2022

CIS Colloquium: Pamela Zave

September 27, 2018
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Pamela Zave Department of Computer Science Princeton University   Location: Wu & Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall   The compositional architecture of the Internet   In 1992 the explosive growth of the World Wide Web began. In 1993 the last major change was made to the “classic” Internet architecture. Since then the Internet has been […]

Cendri Hutcherson Department of Psychology University of Toronto   Neurocomputational insights into social decision making, morality, and self-control   Selfish, unethical, and short-sighted decisions lie at the heart of some of society’s most pressing problems, but it is unclear why people so often struggle to make good choices. Here, I show how a simple neurally-informed […]

ILST Seminar: Hongzhi Xu

October 1, 2018
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Hongzhi Zhu, UPenn   Can computers learn morphology?   What can be learned about a language’s morphology just by observing a list of words? In this talk, I will investigate this question leveraging concepts from NLP. Given a list of words, the computer is tasked with segmenting each word in a wordlist automatically, and the […]

CNI Seminar: Mehrdad Jazayeri

October 2, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Mehrdad Jazayeri Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences McGovern Institute for Brain Research MIT   Bayesian computation through cortical dynamics   Past experiences impress upon neural circuits information about statistical regularities of the environment, which help us in all manners of behavior, from reaching for one’s back pocket to tracking a friend’s voice in a […]