AI Deep Dives
AI Deep Dives (Every Friday, 1pm – 2pm)
AI Deep Dives are a great time to deeply explore research problems which might be solvable with deep learning. Discuss your ideas with DSI data scientists, other researchers, DS graduate students, and undergraduate students. These are hour-long sessions where together, we brainstorm and formulate solutions, lay out project plans, recruit students and engage potential collaborators for the goal of initiating new projects, new AI project phases, or new AI project directions. Bring your lab groups, fellow startup founders, and fellow colleagues, and together, we’ll pioneer a path towards your solution. Request an AI Deep Dive here!
About Dr. Phil Lieberman, Jewish Studies Research Context 1 The Torah was originally transcribed in Medieval times, where medieval scholars transcribed the consonants. This could produce ambiguity; consider the New York Times - if you read the words “sh rd ths” - that could resolve to many different phrases when…
About The goal of this project is to employ deep learning on paired EEG-MRI data in order to make MRI predictions based on EEG alone. The project currently has ~40 subjects with paired MRI-EEG data (collected separately but with the same task design), which will grow to ~250 subjects over…
About The Education and Brain Science Research Lab is beginning the Student Teacher Interaction Analytic (STiA) project to determine the relationship between executive function language used by teachers during reading instruction and reading outcomes. Executive function (EF) is a set of cognitive controls that support us in planning, monitoring, and…
FAll 2022 Schedule
All Deep Dive speakers invite skilled undergraduates, master’s degree students, and Ph.D. students to attend the deep dive and join their projects. Researchers working in similar disciplines, methods, data, tasks, or research objectives are welcome to attend, discuss, and collaborate! We’ll be posting the schedule for our 2022 Deep Dives soon!