CSEP 501, Lecture 4

CSEP 501 Lecture 1

2 years ago
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UW CSE Colloquia: Eric Ringger (Facebook)

2 years ago
Humans and Machines Cooperating to Find the “Truth” about Language: Bayesian Methods for Annotation Aggregation

UW CSE AI Seminar ’16: Carla P. Gomes, Challenges for AI in Computational Sustainability

2 years ago
Computational sustainability is a new interdisciplinary research field with the overarching goal of developing computational models, methods, and tools to help manage the balance between environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. I will provide an overview of computational sustainability, with examples ranging from wildlife conservation and biodiversity, to poverty mitigation, to materials […]

I Am CSE: Lilian de Greef

2 years ago
In this video, UW CSE graduate student Lilian de Greef talks about BiliCam, a non-invasive, smartphone-based system that uses the on-device camera to monitor bilirubin levels and detect newborn jaundice.

CSEP 501, Lecture 3

UW CSE AI Seminar ’16: Dan Weld, Decision-Theoretic Planning to Control Crowdsourced Workflows

3 years ago
Crowd-sourcing labor markets (e.g., Amazon Mechanical Turk) are booming, because they enable rapid construction of complex workflows that seamlessly mix human computation with computer automation. Example applications range from photo tagging to audio-visual transcription and interlingual translation. Similarly, workflows on citizen science sites (e.g. GalaxyZoo) have allowed ordinary people to pool their effort and make […]