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Tony Jebara

Tony Jebara
Associate Professor | Chief Scientist , Columbia University | Netflix

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Tony Jebara is director of machine learning at Netflix and professor on leave from Columbia University. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers in leading conferences and journals across machine learning, computer vision, social networks, and recommendation and is the author of the book Machine Learning: Discriminative and Generative. His work has been recognized with best paper awards from the International Conference on Machine Learning and from the Pattern Recognition Society, the Career award from the National Science Foundation, and faculty awards from Google, Yahoo, and IBM. He has cofounded and advised multiple startup companies in the domain of artificial intelligence and served as general chair and program chair for the International Conference on Machine Learning. He holds a PhD from MIT.

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Mobile
Location: Ballroom IV Level: Novice
Tony Jebara (Columbia University | Netflix)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Networks and graphs have become essential for understanding the online world with applications ranging from the Web to FaceBook. Tony will discuss building such networks in the offline real world by using mobile location and communication data. Read more.