Kartik Goyal (TTIC) - Appropriate Inductive Bias for Neural Probabilistic Modelling of Data

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Date(s):
November 19, 2021 at 10:30am - 11:30am
Location:
TTIC & Remote
Event Audience:
all
Kartik Goyal

Speaker: Kartik Goyal Research Assistant Professor, Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago

Kartik Goyal received his PhD in 2021 from Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. Previously, he completed his Masters degree in Language Technologies in 2014 at the same institute and worked as a Machine Translation researcher at Safaba Translation Solutions before starting his PhD.

He is interested in Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning problems pertaining to modeling data with structured random variables for development of efficient, interpretable, and controllable probabilistic models.

Dr. Goyal also has a personally maintained website which can be found at http://www.ttic.edu/goyal.

Abstract: Appropriate Inductive Bias for Neural Probabilistic Modelling of Data

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