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up What to do when the Teacher is an Ignoramus or a Liar: Learning from Queries even when the Answers to the Queries are Wrong

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Speaker: Robert Sloan
Date: June 1, 2001
Real Video: 397 MB


Talk Introduction

We discuss the approach of computational learning theory, which blends problems from artificial intelligence and machine learning with techniques from and complexity theory.

We conclude with an overview of the speaker's own research.

About the speaker

Robert Sloan is Associate Professor of Computer Science in the EE & Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and is currently serving as the Program Director for Theory of Computing at the National Science Foundation.

License

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