Artificial Intelligence Reading
Welcome to the Artificial Intelligence Reading Group homepage.
We are a group of graduate students that meet approximately
weekly to discuss papers relevant to our research in
Artificial Intelligence and Bioinformatics.
Papers discussed can range from the most recent conference
proceedings to AI classics to key papers on the AI qualifying
exam list. The goal of the reading group is to give members a
chance to see what other researchers in the department's AI
area are thinking about and working on.
Anyone interested in participating in the
reading group should subscribe to the airg mailing list.
Note that if you are subscribing from a non-UW e-mail address you will also need to send a separate e-mail
to the current AIRG organizer in order for your subscription to be approved.
Instructions for subscribing:
Meetings in Fall 2011
Meetings will be at 4:00pm on Wednesdays in the Computer Sciences building (room 3310).
This is the current schedule of presentations:
Papers discussed in previous semesters can be found in the archive. See also the schedule for an
from 2004 that covered statistical relational learning.
The AIRG web site is currently maintained by Jeremy Weiss (jcweiss@cs...).