Seminars at Naver Labs Europe
4 December 2017

Robust data driven parsing of deep syntax graph: syntax is not dead yet

Speaker: Djamé Seddah, maître de conférences at Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France
22 November 2017

Just noticeable distortion of 3D meshes and its applications

Speaker: Kai Wang, researcher at CNRSGIPSA lab, Grenoble, France.
30 October 2017

New theoretical and algorithmic advances in machine learning with optimal transport

Speaker: Ievgen Redko, associate professor at Institut National des Sciences Appliquées, Lyon, France
23 October 2017

Attribution modeling for display advertising

Speaker: Eustache Diemert, researcher at Criteo research
26 September 2017

Supervised learning of universal sentence representations from natural language inference

Speaker: Alexis Conneau, doctoral candidate, Facebook AI Research, Paris. Thursday September 28th at 11am.
19 September 2017

The lifetime of an object – an object’s perspective onto interactions

Speaker: Dima Aldamen, Senior Lecturer at Bristol University, Bristol, U.K.
13 June 2017

Universal, unsupervised, and understandable deep image representations

Speaker: Andrea Vedaldi, associate professor at University of Oxford, U.K.
13 June 2017

Learning novel spatio-temporal representations with and without language

Speaker: Efstratios Gavves, assistant professor at University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
4 June 2017

Technical mediation of social cognition: minimalist experimental paradigm of perceptual interactions

Speaker: Charles Lenay, Université de technologie de Compiègne, France
4 June 2017

Evolving dialogue with machines

Speaker: Milica Gasic, lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK.
4 June 2017

Sensitivity classification for assisting digital sensitivity review of government documents

Speaker: Graham McDonald, doctoral candidate, University of Glasgow, U.K.
24 May 2017

Towards joint understanding of images and language

Speaker: Svetlana Lazebnik, associate professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, U.S.A


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