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First Board Game Night of the Year!

Welcome back to campus! Hope everyone had a great summer.

Our first Board Game Night of the year will be this Friday!

Time: 9-12 PM, Friday, September 18, 2015
Place: Fine Common Room

Come hang out and enjoy a leisurely night playing board games and eating delicious snacks. There will be pizza!

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Grad school info session, Friday, May 9

What: info session on applying to graduate schools.
Where: Fine common room
When: Friday 5/9, 3:30pm (a.k.a. tea time!)
Seniors: If you can make it, please let me know! We will are mainly be sharing our experiences with the application process.
Non-seniors: If you’re interested at all in applying to graduate school, you should come and learn from our experiences. Bring questions!


Undergraduate Colloquium, Wednesday April 23

When: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm, April 23
Where: Fine 214
Who: Prof. Schapire, who is a professor in the department of Computer Science and specializes in theoretical and applied machine learning.
Title: How to Play Repeated Games

This talk will describe a simple, general algorithm for learning to play any matrix game against an unknown adversary.  The algorithm can be shown never to perform much worse than the best fixed strategy, even if selected in hindsight.  Moreover, because of the algorithm's moderate resource requirements, it can be used even when working with extremely large game matrices.  Taken together, these properties make the algorithm a good fit for a range of machine-learning applications, some of which will be discussed, for instance, to the problem of learning to imitate the behavior of an "expert" while attempting simultaneously to improve on the expert's performance.