Talks relating to Artificial Intelligence.
This series was formerly the Language, Learning, Vision and Graphics Seminar Series (LLVG).
The seminar is co-sponsored by the Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the Theory of Computation group at the MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). The seminar series focuses on highlighting areas of research in the field of Computational Biology. This is the seminar's fourth year.
This series focuses on problems that arise in mathematical modeling for biomedical image analysis and on interesting applications of imaging with the goal of better understanding of biological phenomena.
Boston IEEE/ACM Joint Seminar Series
The purpose of the seminar series is to bring together students and faculty at CBCL and CSAIL who aim to understand the problem of intelligence in terms of its realization in the mind and the brain. One important focus of the series is on the problem of learning which is emerging as the gateway to understanding and reproducing intelligence, both biological and artificial.
Here are some of the recent (or forthcoming) seminars and talks
sponsored by the Cryptography and Information Security Group of MIT's
Laboratory for Computer Science. (See also the talks in the Applied
Security Seminar.) Please contact Be Blackburn, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you
wish to be added to or taken off the mailing list for these seminars or
if you would like to suggest a talk or a speaker.
Specific Mondays/Thursdays as listed; at 4:00pm (refreshments at 3:45pm) in 32-D449, Patel/Kiva. Please see individual contact listed for specific seminar with any questions.
CLASSIC LECTURES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE from CSAIL
The CSAIL Reading Room maintains a collection of Video tapes concerning the topics of COMPUTER SCIENCE and ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE of interest to our LABORATORY (CSAIL) and others. Four selections from that collection will be shown on FRIDAYS at NOON in STATA (32-155) during February... Come and watch a film and talk to your neighbors about it!
WHEN --- Fridays 11:30am-1pm
The CSAIL Student Seminar series provides an opportunity for students to talk about their research in front of the CSAIL community. Many times masters students present their thesis work or people preparing for conference presentations use the seminar as a practice talk.
The Dangerous Ideas Seminar is a informal seminar designed to spur cross-pollination of ideas in the lab and to foster creativity by challenging students, faculty, and research staff with each others' ideas.
MIT, and particularly the labs in this building, have a history of daring innovation and visionary research which change the way the rest of the world works. We think this is how it ought to be, and are organizing these seminars to help stimulate people to think big.
The Dertouzos Lecturer Series has been a tradition since 1976, featuring some of the most influential thinkers in computer science, including Bill Gates, Steven Jobs, Donald Knuth, John McCarthy, and Mitchell Kapor. For more information on Past talks please see the DLS Archive
Formerly the Distinguished Lecturer Series, the series has been renamed in memory of Michael Dertouzos, Director for the Lab for Computer Science from 1974 to 2001.
Weekly speakers on topics related to human-computer interaction design. Fridays, 1:00 pm, Kiva/Patil Seminar room (32-G449). Refreshments served 15 minutes before each talk.
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Goals: The Vision colloquium is meant to be a relaxed informal meeting, where we would have guests from outside and MIT researchers talk about their work on computer vision, image processing and the computational models of biological vision.
Usual time: Wednesday 2:45-3:45pm
Usual location: G449 (Patil/Kiva)
Tuesdays at 4:15 (refreshments at 4:00pm), in 32-155. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Talks are on Tuesdays at 4:15pm, with refreshments at 4:00pm in Room 32-G449 (Kiva).