Author: Caitlin Iverson

Emotion-Recognizer Demonstration

Interactive Demonstration of the Emotion-Recognizer helps provide an engaged experience and and introduction to applications of machine learning. The Emotion-Recognizer involves using NEXT to map out the space of concepts, simple machine vision tools to identify facial features, and a

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Machine Learning for Everyone by Rob Nowak

Rob Nowak explains Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Linear Classifiers, Good Features, Principle Component Analysis, Dictionary Learning, Generalization, Cross Validation in this talk called “Machine Learning for Everyone”

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Fractions War: Reflections from a non-traditional academic project

By John Vito Binzak For many children and adults, fractions are not a fun math topic. Indeed, multiple studies have shown that learning how to solve problems with fractions and developing an understanding of what these complex number symbols mean

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Minds, Machines & Society Videos

Matt Botvinick Director of Neuroscience Research at DeepMind in London, UK discusses current topics in Artificial Intelligence research and how this research provides implications in understanding the human mind and improving human life. “One problem that we are having as

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Minds, Machines & Society

Free Registration at lucid.wisc.edu/events For an encore of CogSci2018 and for those of you unable to attend CogSci2018, the organizers and some incredible keynote speakers have planned a free public event. ‘Minds, Machines & Society‘ will be held on UW–Madison

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Join Us for Minds, Machines & Society

Join Us This Saturday for a free, open to the public event. Don’t miss Bob Mankoff, humorist and cartoon editor for the New Yorker & more recently for Esquire. Bob will provide a must-see talk about human and machine collaboration & creativity.

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CogSci 2018 – Why Changing Minds?

On the motivation for this year’s theme and its connection to current events. When we bid to organize CogSci three years ago the global erosion of faith in factual knowledge was already well under way. Scientific consensus was doing little to

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CogSci2018

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CogSci2018 is almost here!

In less than two weeks, scientists from all over the world will be coming to Madison for the annual international Cognitive Science Conference, CogSci2018. Madison hosts events all the time so what makes this conference special? The topics, the recommender,

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How Can Machine Learning Improve Educational Technologies?

by Blake Mason, John Vito Binzak and Fangyun (Olivia) Zhao  As computer-based technologies continue to establish a significant presence in modern education, it becomes increasingly important to understand how to improve the ways that these technologies present educational content and

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