Machine Learning
Optimized Systems Fall '20

Soon, Machines Will Do The Programming

The MLOS Seminar is organized by the following people

Seminar sponsorship includes

 

Technical support provided by

  • RTE Media: ​Henry Honig, William Batts

The Speakers

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

"Reliable Open-World Learning Against Out-of-distribution Data"

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09/21

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09/28

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Intel

"Machine Programming: Challenges and Opportunities"

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Carnegie Mellon University

"Keeping Human Concerns in the Loop: Human-centered Approaches to Responsible AI"

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10/05

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10/12

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

"Systems and ML: Opportunities and Challenges for Symbiotic Research"

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UCSD

"Data and ML for Data Prep for ML: The ML Data Prep Zoo"

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10/19

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11/23

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Cornell

"Leveraging ML to Handle the Increasing Complexity of the Cloud"

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Carnegie Mellon University

"The OtterTune Database Configuration Auto-Tuning Service"

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11/30

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12/07

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MIT

"Towards Learning-Augmented Network Systems"

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10/26

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MIT

"Towards Learned Algorithms, Data Structures, and Systems"

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Brown

"Online Service Providers in the Era of Data-driven Algorithms"

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11/02

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11/09

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Stanford

"Theory and Systems for Weak Supervision"

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Microsoft

"Database Systems 2.0"

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11/16

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Agenda

Fall '20

This seminar explores the utility of machine learning in optimizing systems. We will host speakers from around the country who are expert in different aspects of this new problem space, and thus learn about the latest technologies and approaches. 

The seminar is being run jointly by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Microsoft, but is open to all.

09/21

09/28

10/05

10/12

10/19

10/26

11/02

11/09

11/16

11/23

11/30

12/07

Sharon Li (Wisconsin)

Justin Gottschlich (Intel)

Open

Shiv Venkataraman (Wisconsin)

Arun Kumar (UCSD)

Tim Kraska (MIT)

Theo Benson (Brown)

Chris Ré (Stanford)

Johannes Gehrke (Microsoft)

Christina Delimitrou (Cornell)

Andy Pavlo (CMU)

Mohammad Alizadeh (MIT)

The Venue

The venue is the beautiful Microsoft Teams link above. Welcome to our new virtual world! And many thanks to Microsoft for providing support for the event.

 

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