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The ECE Machine Learning group studies the mathematical and algorithmic foundations of machine learning and data science.
ECE 524 – Introduction to Optimization
ECE 532 – Matrix Methods in Machine Learning
ECE 730 – Modern Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
CS/ECE 761 – Mathematical Foundations of ML
CS/ECE 861 – Theoretical Foundations of ML
ECE 901 – Special Topics in ECE (ML topics vary by semester)
What is Machine Learning?
Machine Learning @ Wisc
Systems Information Learning Optimization (SILO) Seminar Series
NIH Center for Predictive Computational Phenotyping
LUCID: NSF-sponsored Graduate Training Program
Data Science in Agriculture: Challenges and Opportunities
10 Big Ideas for Future NSF Investments
Finding Meaning in Big Data
Closing the Loop on Big Data…One Beer at a Time
Catalyzing UW Madison’s Neuroengineering Community
The Science of Funny: Active Machine Learning & Cartoons
How New Yorker Cartoons Could Teach Computers to be Funny
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