Machine Learning meets Humanities Research: A creative case in Japanese Culture and Art.

Friday, January 28, 2022, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PDTiCal
Virtually via Zoom WebinarThis event is open to the public.
AI Seminar
Yingtao Tian, Google Brain Tokyo

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Abstract: TBA

Bio: I am a Research Software Engineer in Google Brain Tokyo. Prior to that, I obtained my PhD in Computer Science at Stony Brook University in May 2019 advised by Prof. Steven Skiena. and my B.S. in Computer Science and Technology at Fudan University in 2014 advised by Prof. Yanghua Xiao. My Curriculum Vitae is available in PDF or online.

My research interests lie in generative models and representation learning, as well as their applications in image generation, natural language processing, knowledge base modeling, social network modeling, bioinformatics, and much more. Details can be found in publications.


Host: Muhao Chen POC: Alma Nava

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