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Talks/tutorials for which I have slides or videos:

Learning language through interaction
December 2016, Georgetown, Amazon, USC, GATech
[PDF] [ODP]

Bias in AI
November 2016, UMD MCWIC Diversity Summit
[PDF] [ODP] [PPTx (exported)] [Blog Post]

Locally optimal learning to search and distant supervision
December 2015, UMD CS Research Seminar
[PDF] [ODP] [Video]

Imitation learning and recurrent neural networks mashup
December 2015, CIFAR NCAP Workshop
[PDF] [ODP]

Algorithms that learn to think on their feet
October 2015, UC Santa Cruz
[PDF] [ODP]

Interpretese vs Translationese
August 2015, Shonan Workshop
[PDF] [ODP]

Advances in Structured Prediction
June 2015, ICML Tutorial (with John Lanford)
[PDF Part 1] [ODP Part 1] [PDF Part 2] [Video]

Hands-on Learning to Search for Joint Prediction
May 2015, NAACL Tutorial
[PDF Part 1] [PDF Part 2] [PDF Part 3] [Video]

Algorithms that learn to think on their feet
May 2015, Invited Talk at ICLR
[PDF] [ODP] [Video]

A picture is worth 13.6 words (on average)
February 2015, MSR NY Tea Talk
[PDF] [ODP]

Domain adaptation: the problem of new labels
December 2014, NIPS workshop on Transfer and Multitask Learning
[PDF] [ODP]

Efficiently programming efficient structured prediction
November 2014, UMD CLIP Seminar
[PDF] [ODP] [Video] [Notebook]

Algorithms that learn to think on their feet
October 2014, Columbia University Data Science Institute
[PDF] [ODP] [Video]

Understanding and adapting statistical models: an exploration in language
May 2014, University of Toronto
[PDF] [ODP]

Better! Faster! Stronger*! Learning to balance accuracy and efficiency when predicting linguistic structures
June 2013, ICML Workshop on Inferning
[PDF] [ODP] [Video]

Domain Adaptation
June 2010, ICML Tutorial
[PDF] [PPT]

Hierarchical Bayes Compiler
June 2008, ICML Workshop on Probabilistic Programming
[Video]



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last updated on twenty one december, two thousand sixteen.