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Introduction
Introduction

Join STL@CSAIL and Fintech@CSAIL for annual updates on the currently funded projects. Registration for the event will grant access to both days, but you are welcome to attend only the sessions of interest.

SystemsThatLearn@CSAIL- October 27: 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. EDT
FinTech@CSAIL- October 28: 11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Click on the "Agenda" tab to view the sessions that will be available. Please note that the timing for the session topics is subject to change.

STL Annual Meeting
Agenda
October 27
10:00 AM
Welcome and Updates
Co-Faculty Director, SystemsThatLearn@CSAIL
Professor, MIT EECS
10:25 AM
Datacenters for ML: Accelerating Distributed Machine Learning Training in Datacenters (IGNITE)
Principal Investigator, MIT CSAIL
Assistant Professor, MIT CSAIL
10:40 AM
Robustness via Robust Architectures
11:00 AM
Actionably Interpretable ML
11:20 AM
Deepfake Detection: Building Deepfake Caricatures
11:40 AM
LaVilla: An ML-Enhanced Data Lake (IGNITE)
12:00 PM
Break
12:20 PM
Networks that Learn: Distributed Anomaly Detection to Reduce Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
12:40 PM
A Framework for Privacy-preserving Learning of Shared Models
1:00 PM
Geometry, Probability, and Data: Practical and Scalable Robust Learning
Assistant Professor, MIT CSAIL
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT Center for Computational Engineering
1:20 PM
Robust Intelligence for Explainable AI
Principal Research Scientist, MIT CSAIL
1:40 PM
Learning to Compile Edge Vision & Learning Code with Halide (IGNITE)
1:55 PM
Exploration for Next-Generation Deep Neural Network Accelerators (IGNITE)
Principal Investigator, MIT CSAIL
Professor of the Practice, MIT CSAIL
2:10 PM
Board Meeting Concludes
2:30 PM
Board Meeting – Board representatives only
Speakers
October 27
in alphabetical order
Principal Investigator, MIT CSAIL
Professor of the Practice, MIT CSAIL
Principal Investigator, MIT CSAIL
Assistant Professor, MIT CSAIL
Principal Research Scientist, MIT CSAIL
Assistant Professor, MIT CSAIL
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT Center for Computational Engineering