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ASSET Seminar: “Lifelong Learning for Autonomous Systems: Progress and Challenges” (Eric Eaton, University of Pennsylvania)

ABSTRACT: Research in lifelong or continual machine learning has advanced rapidly over the past few years, primarily focusing on enabling learned models to acquire new tasks over time while avoiding […]

Entrepreneurship Seminar Series: Pathways to Impact

Entrepreneurship Seminar Series: Pathways to Impact This session brings together a panel of current and former faculty and PhDs that have brought their technology to market and have worked in […]

Raj and Neera Singh Program in Artificial Intelligence Town Hall

ASSET Seminar: “What Should We “Trust” in Trustworthy Machine Learning?” (Aaron Roth, University of Pennsylvania)

ABSTRACT: “Trustworthy Machine Learning” has become a buzz-word in recent years. But what exactly are the semantics of the promise that we are supposed to trust? In this talk we will make a proposal, through the lens […]

Career Steps Before Graduation Seminar

On Friday, April 12,2024, the Department of Materials Science and Engineering is hosting an information session dedicated to equipping you with insights on the essential steps to secure a career […]

CIS Seminar: ” Empowering Large Language Models with Efficient and Automated Systems”

Large Language Models (LLMs) have brought remarkable advancements to the computing industry. However, a high barrier exists between the LLMs and the vast majority of researchers and practitioners, brought by […]

CIs Seminar: “Privacy-Preserving Systems for a Data-Driven World”

The potential of data to transform science and society has spurred unparalleled efforts to collect it in increasingly sensitive and granular forms, which has raised a variety of societal concerns […]

CIS Seminar: “Building Planetary-Scale Collaborative Intelligence”

Today, access to high-quality data has become the key bottleneck to deploying Machine Learning (ML). Often, data that is most valuable is locked away in inaccessible silos due to unfavorable incentives […]

Rigorous and Glamorous in 100 Words or Less: An Abstract Workshop

It’s hard to write an abstract. It’s harder to write a glamorous one that tells your story without overselling your results. Community for Rigor is here to help! Join Professor Konrad […]

Energy Week Lecture – “Towards Sustainable Artificial Intelligence and Datacenters”

As the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to proliferate, computer architects must assess and mitigate its environmental impact. This talk will survey strategies for reducing the carbon footprint of […]

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