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Pointer to Geoff Hinton lJCAI research excellence award lecture..
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- Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 10:37:32 -0700
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On Wednesday's make-up class, I mentioned that Geoff Hinton is foremost among the people working on brain-inspired neural networks (there isn't that much work on neural nets in the ML community these days because you can get by with max-margin kernel classifiers instead of multi-layer neural nets. However, understanding the training of multi-layer and recurrent nets does offer the possibility of understanding how human brain works).
Anyways, I mentioned Hinton's research excellence award lecture at IJCAI last year. Here is a link to his slides (he calls this version the
"gentle/after-dinner version" of his talk.
(The other versions of the talk can be found at http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~hinton/talks.html )