Type: Seminar

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Distribution: World

Expiry: 3 Jun 2022

CalTitle1: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician

Calendar2: 3 Mar 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc2: Carslaw 273 & Online

CalTitle2: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician - Gibson ’What can and can’t neural networks do’

Calendar3: 10 Mar 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc3: Carslaw 273 & Online

CalTitle3: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician

Calendar4: 17 Mar 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc4: Carslaw 273 & Online

CalTitle4: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician

Calendar5: 24 Mar 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc5: Carslaw 273 & Online

CalTitle5: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician - Williamson ’Geometric Deep Learning’

Calendar6: 31 Mar 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc6: Carslaw 273 & Online

CalTitle6: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician - Gottwald ’Geometric Deep Learning II’

Calendar7: 7 Apr 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc7: Online via Zoom

CalTitle7: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician - Zsolt Wagner ’A simple RL setup to find counterexamples to conjectures in mathematics’

Calendar8: 14 Apr 2022 1100-1300

CalLoc8: Online via Zoom

CalTitle8: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician - Hosseini ’Perspectives on graphical semi-supervised learning’

Calendar9: 28 Apr 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc9: Online via Zoom

CalTitle9: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician - Simpson ’Learning proofs for the classification of nilpotent semigroups’

Calendar10: 5 May 2022 1600-1800

CalLoc10: Online via Zoom

CalTitle10: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician

Calendar11: 12 May 2022 0900-1100

CalLoc11: Online via Zoom

CalTitle11: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician: Halpern-Leinster ’Learning selection strategies in Buchberger’s algorithm’

Calendar12: 19 May 2022 1500-1600

CalLoc12: Online via Zoom

CalTitle12: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician: Kutyniok ’Deep Learning meets Shearlets: Explainable Hybrid Solvers for Inverse Problems in Imaging Science’

Calendar13: 26 May 2022 1500-1700

CalLoc13: Online via Zoom & Carslaw 273

CalTitle13: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician: Li ’Deep learning for sequence modelling’

Calendar14: 2 Jun 2022 1600-1800

CalLoc14: Online via Zoom & Carslaw 273

CalTitle14: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician: Buesing ’Searching for Formulas and Algorithms: Symbolic Regression and Program Induction’

Calendar15: 27 May 2022 1500-1600

CalLoc15: Online via Zoom & Quad S225

CalTitle15: SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician: workshop

Auth: hannahb@staff-10-48-21-142.vpnuser.sydney.edu.au (hbry8683) in SMS-SAML

SMRI Seminar: Machine learning for the working mathematician Location: Online (see website for link) *** Week 14: Thursday 2nd June, (Note: 4pm Sydney time, online) , 4pm Lars Buesing, Searching for Formulas and Algorithms: Symbolic Regression and Program Induction Abstract: In spite of their enormous success as black box function approximators in many fields such as computer vision, natural language processing and automated decision making, Deep Neural Networks often fall short of providing interpretable models of data. In applications where aiding human understanding is the main goal, describing regularities in data with compact formuli promises improved interpretability and better generalization. In this talk I will introduce the resulting problem of Symbolic Regression and its generalization to Program Induction, highlight some learning methods from the literature and discuss challenges and limitations of searching for algorithmic descriptions of data. *** Organisers: Joel Gibson, Georg Gottwald, Geordie Williamson. This semester we (Georg, Geordie and Joel) are organising a seminar on machine learning. This seminar will aim to provide an introduction to ways in which machine learning (and in particular deep learning) has been used to solve problems in mathematics. We aim for a toolbox of simple examples, where one can get an understanding of what machine learning can and cannot do. We also hope to organise tutorials, for people who would like to experiment with code. The emphasis will be on techniques in machine learning as tools that we can use, rather than a source of problems in themselves. The first six weeks or so will be introductory, and the second six weeks will feature talks from experts on applications. Everyone is welcome! Website: https://sites.google.com/view/mlwm-seminar-2022 [School of Maths & Stats members are also invited to Afternoon Tea in the SMRI Common Room/Terrace, 2:15-2:45pm Thursdays]

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