In late January, a packed house of 40+ people gathered at Princeton University’s Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) to hear Sam Greydanus, an AI resident from Google Brain, give a presentation on his latest findings concerning neural networks.
It wasn’t all beach, sun and palm trees for Nabhonil Kar '21 when he had the special opportunity to travel to the Big Island of Hawaii earlier this month. Kar made the trip to present research that overlapped his interest in biology and machine learning at the 25thannual Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing, held from January 3rd to 7th.
From initiatives to increase the use of data science on campus to significant educational milestones, the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) at Princeton University has seen a year of exciting growth in 2019. CSML saw the first cohort of students earning graduate certificates from the center.