There are 15 Results with the keyword : "Machine learning"
ICML Conference 2015
For the first time in its history, the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2015) will be taking place in France. Inria Lille - Nord Europe is taking part in the organization of this unmissable event for the machine learning community.
The Conférence Francophone sur l’Apprentissage Automatique (CAP) has been held annually since 1999, bringing together the French-speaking community working in the field of machine learning. This year’s conference will be held in Lille on Sunday July 5th, organized by a committee formed by Mikaela Keller and Géraud le Falher, members of the Magnet team at Inria Lille - Nord Europe (in association with Université Lille 3*).
Place : Espace Inkerman, Lille
Keycoopt's concept is to enable companies to recruit managers through employee referrals. Launched in 2012, this Lille-based start-up called upon Inria's expertise to design a software tool in order to automate and reinforce the relevance of recruitment via employee referral.
The Sequel project-team, which specializes in sequential machine learning, has been working for the last two years with scientists from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, in a combined team known as Eduband. This team is investigating how machine learning can improve the new educational tools. But can an algorithm measure a student's interest and progress?
After beginning her career in France and then going to Britain, the Franco-Greek researcher Alexandra Carpentier is preparing to move to Germany: a journey marked by her desire to understand the fascinating universe of mathematical statistics and machine learning.
Research and Teaching
Can machines learn for themselves? INRIA researcher Michal Valko is convinced of it. It’s an idea he is passing on to his students in the prestigious MVA Master’s course run by ENS Cachan.
Locating an element in an image by asking a series of questions. That is the purpose of GuessWhat?!, an interactive game created by researchers in the Sequel project team, in collaboration with a Canadian team. More than just a simple game, it is a real technical challenge: teaching a computer to dialogue naturally starting from an image. The first - promising - results have earned the team a publication at the very prestigious CVPR, the biggest international conference in the field of computer vision.
RDV du Plateau Inria
On Thursday, November 9, from 9am to 10:30am at the Plateau Inria (EuraTechnologies) will take place a conference about graphs in machine learning. This subject is the expertise of project-team Sequel from our research center. Register.
Place : Plateau Inria, EuraTechnologies - 165 avenue de Bretagne, Lille
(Almost) 50 shades of Bayesian learning : PAC-Bayesian trends and insights Workshop organised by Benjamin Guedj member of Modal inria project-team will be held on Long Beach Convention Center, Californie during NIPS 2017 conference.
Place : Long Beach Convention Center, Californie
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