9 meetups so far and have three more to go till the Summer break. Our group is diverse and now counts more than 660 members. While everything is in the archives, I thought a simple list would be clearer, here it is:
- How hard is it to find a needle in a haystack?, Lenka Zdeborova, IPT, CEA,
- Beyond stochastic gradient descent for large-scale machine learning, Francis Bach, INRIA.
- Analyzing Wikipedia with NCISC From (almost) every conceivable angle, Guillaume Pitel, eXenSa,
- From image to descriptors and back again, Patrick Perez, Technicolor
- Botnet detection with neural network / Reseaux de neurones pour la détection de Botnets, Joseph Ghafari
- Machine Learning for personalized medicine, Jean-Philippe Vert, Mines ParisTech-Institut Curie
- SARAH by Jean-Philippe Encausse
- Modélisation hiérarchique, pooling partiel et l’interrogation de bases de données virtuelles, Andrew Gelman, Columbia
- Bayesian Programming and Learning for Multi-Player Video Games, Gabriel Synnaeve
- Mind Reading with Scikit-learn / Lire dans les pensées avec le Scikit-learn, Alexandre Gramfort, Telecom ParisTech - CNRS LTCI
- Association problem in wireless networks : Policy Gradient Reinforcement Learning approach, Stephane Senecal, Orange.
- Advanced Matrix Factorizations, Machine Learning and all that, Igor Carron
- Winning Kaggle's Dog's vs Cats, Pierre Sermanet, NYU (remote presentation)
- What does it take to win the Kaggle/Yandex competition ?, Kenji Lefèvre-Hasegawa, Dataiku
- Allstate challenge @Kaggle, Kenji Lefevre, Dataiku
- Les compétitions Kaggle, un moyen fun et instructif pour mesurer ses compétences en machine learning, Matthieu Scordia
- VMX Project: Computer Vision for Everyone, Tomasz Malisiewicz (remote presentation)
- Atheer One, what it feels like to have superpowers, Allen Yang (remote presentation)
Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
Full-Res: W00087163.jpg was taken on March 13, 2014 and received on Earth March 13, 2014. The camera was pointing toward SATURN at approximately 1,049,429 miles (1,688,892 kilometers) away, and the image was taken using the CB2 and IRP0 filters.
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