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CS Colloquium – Faculty Research

Friday, February 07 2:35pm in Wege Auditorium (TCL 123) Computer Science Faculty will present their current research and discuss student research opportunities. Receive colloquium credit for attending and enjoy light snacks! Summer Science Research students, faculty, and staff on the annual canoe trip. Continue reading »

Colloquium – Melanie Subbiah ’17

Friday, January 10, 2020 2:35pm, Wege Auditorium (TCL 123) AI Research at OpenAI: Language Models and Unsupervised Learning Are you interested in working in ML or AI after Williams? In this talk, I will cover my path from Williams to AI research in the tech industry, a… Continue reading »

Colloquium Speaker Iris Bahar, Brown University

Computer Science Colloquium Friday, December 06, 2019 @ 2:35pm Wege Auditorium, TCL 123 “Combined Discriminative-Generative AI Techniques for Robust Scene Perception in Adversarial Environments” Despite the strengths of deep learning using convolutional neural networks (CNNs), they have several vulnerabilities, such as their opacity in understanding how its… Continue reading »

Colloquium – Katherine Keith, UMass Amherst

Friday, November 15 @ 2:35pm TCL 123 (Wege Auditorium) Methodological Challenges in Computational Text Analysis Computational text analysis is a field that uses computational methods (primarily from natural language processing and machine learning) to answer research questions about large collections of text data (e.g. news articles, court… Continue reading »

Prof. Andrea Danyluk recognized as an ACM Distinguished Member

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has named it’s 2019 Distinguished Members from top universities, corporations and research institutions around the world. Williams Professor Andrea Danyluk was among those selected to be honored this year. Congratulations Prof. Danyluk! Read more here: https://awards.acm.org/distinguished-members Learn about Prof. Danyluk’s specific contributions here:… Continue reading »

Colloquium Speaker – Jeff Huang, Brown University – 11/01

Friday, November 1 2:35pm @ TCL 123 (Wege Auditorium) Personalized Behavior-Powered Systems I will present work that leverages user behavioral data to build personalized applications, which I call “behavior-powered systems”. I will present 3 projects from our group. 1) WebGazer uses interaction data made on any website to… Continue reading »