We are thrilled to be hosting the reinforcement learning workshop at the 2022 Deep Learning Indaba in Tunisia.
We are excited that Benjamin Rosman will be delivering a keynote talk at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, one of the largest robotics conferences in the world!
We'll be hosting an IndabaX event this Friday (17 September) that includes talks and tutorials with a focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Please see the information below and visit https://indabax.co.za/ for more info on this and other upcoming events.
Reinforcement learning, computer vision and AGI!
RAIL Lab and PRIME are co-hosting an IndabaX South Africa Roadshow event and you are cordially invited to join us! RAIL Lab and PRIME are two machine learning research groups from the Computer Science and Applied Math (CSAM / "kazam!") department at the University of the Witwatersrand.
RAIL Lab focuses primarily on learning in autonomous systems. In particular, we are interested in the acquisition of behaviours, as well as knowledge about the environment around a learning system. Our work draws on tools from multiple fields including decision theory, machine learning, and computer vision, using techniques including reinforcement learning, Bayesian models, deep neural networks, and Monte Carlo tree search.
The PRIME Lab is focused on problems in deep learning for computer vision, representation learning, and learning in situations where data and labels are scarce. We have projects based on computer vision, natural language processing, self-supervised and weakly-supervised learning, generative modelling, and latent space analysis; as well as in energy, education, and healthcare.
When: 17 Sept 2021 from 14h00 - 17h00 SAST (convert to your...
Apply for a DeepMind Scholarship for an MSc at the University of the Witwatersrand!
Applications are now open to anyone from Africa who wishes to pursue a research- or coursework-based Masters at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. The degrees are full-time, starting in January 2022, with a research focus on machine learning.
We are looking for candidates with strong backgrounds including experience with multivariate calculus, linear algebra, statistics, optimisation, and programming. Preference will be given to applicants from groups across the continent that are underrepresented in the global machine learning landscape.
Come and join our exciting multidisciplinary research team pushing the frontiers of fundamental machine learning research!
Apply here now: https://forms.gle/uC2rRJM12k5WsmWb7
Closing date for applications: 10 August 2021
Short-listed and unsuccessful applications will be notified by 31 August 2021.
Enquiries: Prof Benjamin Rosman (Benjamin.Rosman1@wits.ac.za)
He wins a trip to Vancouver, Canada in December, where he will attend NeurIPS 2019.