It’s been a while.
If anyone has any ideas for activities for the CSSA to do in fall 2012, please send them to the mailing list, firstname.lastname@example.org. I think it would be really cool if UVM could get some people together for a team to participate in the vermont hackathon; I posted a thread on the UVM subreddit, and there seemed to be some interest. Or anything else! The mailing list doesn’t bite.
March 29th April 5th and April 12th are student presentations!
Grab your whistles, this week we’re going to learn some hacker history!
7:00 PM in Votey 209
This week we’re going to set the schedule for student talks, and then dig in with Git!
shameless git joke
This week we’ll be discussing what’s going on in the world of smartphones, MIDs and tablets, as well as building some apps!
As usual, 7:00 in Votey 209
repponen's iOS '86
Supervised versus Unsupervised Strategies in Information Extraction:
Michael Howe, Bear Code, Montpelier
Thursday 2/23/12 at 7pm, Votey 209
There are benefits to using supervised and unsupervised strategies in
extracting and parsing information from a data stream. We will
explore the benefits of using one method over the other in the real
world context of a extracting stories, events and insights from the
daily stream of social and traditional media.
This week we’re going to do some learning about the wonder that is our internet!
7:00 as usual in Votey 207
As promised, the here’s the link to the predator-prey info.
If you’re interested in learning more, or maybe taking the Evolutionary Robotics course when it is offered (a good idea if you ask me), check out Professor Bongard’s website here.
This week (Feb 9th) we’re going to get the second part of professor Wu’s overview of the top algorithms in data mining!
This week we’ve got Professor Josh Bongard giving a talk entitled:
Robots: Subjects or Masters?
Should be a good one!