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March 06, 02:00PM
Eunsol Choi
Knowledge-Rich Language Systems in a Dynamic World
60FA Room 150
March 06, 03:30PM
Ricardo Baptista
Toward consistent data assimilation with structured generative models
60FA Room 7th floor common area
March 07, 04:00PM
Sherry Wu
NLP and Text-as-Data Speaker Series
60FA Room 7th floor common area
March 13, 02:00PM
Matthew McDermott
Leveraging Structure for Intelligent Representation Learning in Health and Biomedicine
60FA Room 150
March 21, 02:00PM
Sherry Yang
Decision Making with Internet-Scale Knowledge
60FA Room C15
June 03, 08:00AM

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Machine learning

Machine learning (ML) is concerned with creating algorithms for constructing predictive models from data and is a foundation for the rest of AI.

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Computer Vision

Computer vision is an area in AI that deals with the construction of explicit, meaningful measurements and descriptions of physical objects from images.

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Natural Language Processing

Natural language processing (NLP) develops methods for processing text data and speech, e.g., machine translation, conversational agents and text summarization.

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Robotics AI

Robotics AI is concerned with designing systems, independently interacting with their physical environment, such as industrial robots, drones, and self-driving cars.

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AI for Healthcare and Medicine

One of the most important applications of AI has been to healthcare. NYU is a pioneer in applying breakthrough machine learning techniques to healthcare, facilitated by close ties between NYU's School of Medicine and the multiple AI research laboratories at NYU.

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