Picture yourself trying to build a machine to detect email spam. You might start with simple rules that identify key words such as “drugs,” for instance. Of course, some legitimate emails could contain those key words, so you add rules to take into account these cases. In an adaptive world, advertisers may quickly learn the rules of your system...
Stress can run high for students during final exams, so we put our heads together to plan an event where our students could relax and recharge.
President Christopher L. Eisgruber and five Princeton faculty members participated in and led discussions on global issues at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week.
Professor Amir Ali Ahmadi has received the SEAS Innovation Award for his proposal titled “Nonconvex Polynomial Optimization for Machine Learning in Finance”. This grant is funded by the generous donations of Princeton alumni, parents and other donors.
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Tools like social media, cell phones, and other digital marvels have changed how we live, but they have also enabled scientists to collect and process data on human behavior on a huge scale. In Bit by Bit (Princeton University Press), one of the top computational social scientists, Matthew Salganik, provides a blueprint for how to use...
Demonstrating a potential privacy breach, a team of Princeton University engineers has developed an app that can locate and track people through their smartphones even when access to the Global Positioning System, or GPS, data on their devices is turned off.
Before scientists can effectively capture and deploy fusion energy, they must learn to predict major disruptions that can halt fusion reactions and damage the walls of doughnut-shaped fusion devices called tokamaks. Researchers at the U.S.
The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning's Undergraduate Certificate Scholarly Travel Fund will provide a grant(s) to currently enrolled UG Certificate Program student(s) to present at a conference, seminar, or workshop in a field closely related to statistics and machine learning.
We recently caught up with CSML Independent Work Prize co-winners Advait Chauhan (’17 Computer Science) and Chitra Marti (’17 Economics) to chat about life after graduation and how their undergraduate certificate in statistics and machine learning is affecting their path.
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