Thoughts on Machine Learning and Inference

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

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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.

14 May 13

Bayesian Updating as Regularised Optimisation View Comments

A brief description and discussion of Zhu et al.'s RegBayes framework for generalising Bayesian updating.

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