Applications of Machine Learning

Friday March 6th, 2020

1 - 3 PM

BUSN 391 - OPIM Gladstein Lab

(Can be used as OPIM 3103 requirement)

This session is an informative workshop for UConn faculty, staff, and students interested in learning about the topic of machine learning. The discussion will include an overview of the different perspectives around ML (Machine Learning) and A.I. (Artificial Intelligence). We will discuss several direct search methods such as Nelder and Mead, Shor’s r-Algorithm and random search. Direct search methods are using reinforcement learning strategies in machine learning. We will be providing additional resources for those who would like to learn more. Seating in the lab is limited, please complete the workshop registration form to reserve your spot. (Presented by Nadia Udler, Fordham University faculty)