Meetings and Events in the Stanford AI Lab
Public Colloquia and Seminars
- Broad Area
Colloquium for Artificial Intelligence, Geometry, Graphics, Robotics
This meeting brings in top notch speakers in all
areas related to Artificial Intelligence, Geometry, Graphics,
Robotics, and Vision.
- Seminar on Computational Learning and Adaptation
This meeting invites local researchers who have interests in computational approaches to learning and adaption, broadly defined. Talks cover a variety of representations for learned knowledge - logical expressions, neural networks, stored cases, and probabilistic summaries, to name a few - and report different approaches to evaluation - applied, experimental, theoretical, and psychological. Host: Stanford's Computational Learning Laboratory.
Individual Group Meetings
Participation in individual group meetings usually require permission from the respective faculty member(s) or meeting organizer(s). See Web pages for detail.
(more to come - stay tuned)
PAIL meetings: The Probabilistic AI Lunch (PAIL) is a joint meeting of the research groups of professors Koller, Manning, Ng, Shoham, and Thrun.
- Robot Learning Lab Meetings
These meetings are Sebastian Thrun's group meetings.