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Machine Learning tutorial at ACSW 2020

February 5, 2020

Australasian Computer Science Week is a collection of computer science events for Australian and New Zealand CS researchers. I’m giving a tutorial as part of their HDR/ECR programme on Machine Learning. Machine Learning has gone crazy in the last few years, growing exponentially and with ever vanishing publishing cycles, entering its own singularity I believe. So my slides are quite general and covering big issues rather than lots of detail. Its a longer talk so I’ll be skipping a few slides. I left some of the math in for interested readers that I wont cover much in the talk. As always, way too many perspectives and variations to pick from but I am focusing on probabilistic interpretations.

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