Computer Science and AI

Well, it’s what I studied mostly in college.  The more interesting things since then include four telecommunications patents, a neural network publication, successful use of AI for large-scale time series prediction problems, and some cryptographic and image compression experimentation.  I mostly like the exploratory stuff.

AAAI-15 Conference – Summary

Here are some of my take-aways from the AAAI-15 artificial intelligence conference this year. How Far Has AI Come? Having ...
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AAAI-15 Conference – Day 4

My observations from the 4th full day of sessions at the AAAI-15 artificial intelligence conference in Austin, Texas. von Neumann's ...
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AAAI-15 Conference – Day 3

My observations from the 3rd full day of sessions at the AAAI-15 artificial intelligence conference in Austin, Texas. Intelligent Decisions ...
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AAAI-15 Conference – Day 2

My observations from the 2nd full day of sessions at the AAAI-15 artificial intelligence conference in Austin, Texas. "Statistical Parsing ...
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AAAI-15 Conference – Day 1

My observations from the 1st full day of sessions at the AAAI-15 artificial intelligence conference in Austin, Texas. Hot Talk: ...
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AAAI-15 Conference – Day 0 (Open House)

My observations from the AAAI-15 Open House, 1/26/2015 in Austin, Texas. "Leveraging Multi-modalities for Egocentric Activity Recognition" Using Google glass ...
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SXSW Interactive – 2012

Summary This was my first experience at SXSW, so I had only a vague idea of what I was getting ...
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