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Agrim Gupta

SystemX Seminar: Towards Understanding and Building Embodied Intelligence  
Seminar

Agrim Gupta (Stanford)

In contrast to embodied intelligence, which is common in nature, the recent progress in AI has been disembodied.

Towards Understanding and Building Embodied Intelligence
Thu Jan 20th, 2022
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5:30 pm PST
)
Hewlett 103

MedAI Group: Medical Image Analysis and Reconstruction with Data-efficient Learning  
Seminar

Prof. Lequan Yu (University of Hong Kong)

Medical imaging is a critical step in modern healthcare procedures.

Medical Image Analysis and Reconstruction with Data-efficient Learning
Thu Jan 20th, 2022
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5:00 pm PST
)

ISL Colloquium  
Seminar

Prof Ben Recht (UC Berkeley)

Abstract Pending

View ISL link below for updates

TBD
Thu Jan 20th, 2022
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4:00 pm PST
)

Sustainable Finance Initiative: Hot money: Illuminating the financing of high-carbon infrastructure in the developing world  
Seminar

Jeffrey Ball (Stanford)

Major infrastructure financiers will have to significantly decarbonize their investments to meet mounting promises to cut carbon emissions to ''net-zero'' by mid- century.

Hot money: Illuminating the financing of high-carbon infrastructure in the developing world
Thu Jan 20th, 2022
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4:00 pm PST
)

SCIEN Colloquium and EE 292E: Dexterity.ai: Robotics for the future of logistics  
Seminar

Kevin Chavez (Dexterity.ai)

Transitioning robots from well-controlled lab environments to the real-world has been an outstanding challenge for decades.

Dexterity.ai: Robotics for the future of logistics
Wed Jan 19th, 2022
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4:30 pm PST
)

Statistics Seminar  
Seminar

Ashwin Pananjady (Georgia Tech)

Abstract Pending

TBA
Tue Jan 18th, 2022
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4:30 pm PST
)

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no classes)  
General

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no classes)

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Mon Jan 17th, 2022
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12:00 am to 11:55 pm PST
)
Volker J. Sorger

SystemX Seminar: Devices & ASICs for Machine Intelligence and Post-Quantum Cryptography  
Seminar

Prof Volker Sorger (George Washington Univ)

The high demand for AI services in conjunction with a dramatic chip shortage along with technology leaps such as 5/6G networks, cybersecurity threats, and quantum algorithms have resurrected a R&D push for advance

Devices & ASICs for Machine Intelligence and Post-Quantum Cryptography
Thu Jan 13th, 2022
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5:30 pm PST
)

ISL Colloquium  
Seminar

Prof Jonathan Ullman (Northeastern Univ)

How can researchers use sensitive data for statistical estimation without compromising the privacy of the individuals who contributed their data?

The Foundations of Private Statistical Estimation
Thu Jan 13th, 2022
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4:00 pm PST
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Workshop in Biostatistics: Developing and translating liquid biopsies to create a personalized dynamic risk model during cancer therapy  
Seminar

David Kurtz (Stanford Medicine)

Abstracts and suggested readings from: http://med.stanford.edu/dbds/education/workshops-in-biostatistics.html

Developing and translating liquid biopsies to create a personalized dynamic risk model during cancer therapy
Thu Jan 13th, 2022
 (
1:30 pm PST
)

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