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Thursday, Jul 12, 2018
by Sharon Adarlo

Rohan Rao, 20, Class of 2020:

 

Thursday, Jun 28, 2018
by Sharon Adarlo

Sixty Princeton University students showcased a wide range of research last month at the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning’s year-end poster session. At the May 11th event, 48 seniors and 12 juniors from 11 departments across campus presented posters describing their independent research.

Monday, Jun 25, 2018
by Julie Clack

For Tyler Simko, politics is more than just a major: It is a means of effecting change in his community.

Wednesday, Jun 20, 2018
by Sharon Adarlo

For 26 years until 2009, Sri Lanka was embroiled in a devastating civil war that ravaged the landscape, ruined the economy, and left an estimated 100,000 people dead. Princeton University student Sridutt Nimmagadda ’18 learned about the conflict after watching a British documentary about it several years ago and was shocked by atrocities that...

Tuesday, Jun 5, 2018

Can artificial intelligence be less biased than we are?

Monday, May 21, 2018

The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning is announcing a new graduate course this fall: SML 510 - Graduate Research Seminar.

Monday, May 21, 2018
We invite you to submit a workshop proposal for the academic year 2018-2019.

We are looking for opportunities to sponsor or co-sponsor workshops in the areas of statistics and machine learning that:

Friday, May 18, 2018

“Working with Eyewirers around the world, we’ve made a digital museum that shows off the intricate beauty of the retina’s neural circuits,” said Sebastian Seung, the Evnin Professor in Neuroscience and a professor of computer science and the Prin

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The Streicker International Fellows Fund was established in 2015 to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to carry out substantive research or educational projects while immersed in a foreign culture. The fellows are selected by Princeton’s Office of International Programs.

Thursday, Mar 29, 2018

Fatehkia, a CSML Undergraduate Certificate student who is majoring in operations research and financial engineering, logged innumerable hours on Facebook last summer, but not in the usual way.

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