Thoughts on Machine Learning and Inference

Inductio Ex Machina is Mark Reid's research blog on machine learning and statistics.

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7 Jul 15

COLT 2015 in Review View Comments

Despite the jet-lag and the extreme heat, I had a very enjoyable time at COLT this year. This is a summary of some of the highlights for me as well as a list of work I saw that I'd like to investigate further.

11 Mar 15

Upcoming Conference in Sydney on Predictive APIs and Apps View Comments

Spreading the word about the research track at the PAPIs conference that I am helping chair this year.

5 Jan 15

Reflecting and Restarting View Comments

After an unintended break of more than a year, I've decided to start up this blog again.

30 Aug 13

What does the “OSS” in MLOSS mean? View Comments

A summary of a recent discussion between the JMLR Machine Learning Open Source Software (MLOSS) Action Editors about what “open” means.

4 Jun 13

Meet the Bregman Divergences View Comments

An introduction to and survey of some interesting results about Bregman divergences.

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