Counterfactual Risk Minimization

Counterfactual Risk Minimization

This video is a recap of our January 2019 Americas TWIML Online Meetup.

In this month’s community segment, we discuss the Causality of Machine Learning, Science of Deep Learning at the National Academy of Sciences in DC in March, AI for Social Good, Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge in the Netherlands, and H20 in San Francisco.

In our presentation segment, Ganesh Krishnan leads a discussion on “Counterfactual Risks Minimization” with the paper “Counterfactual Risk Minimization” by Adith Swaminathan and Thorsten Joachims.

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Topic: Counterfactual Risk Minimization
Presenter: Ganesh Krishnan
Date: Tuesday 15th January 2019
Time: 17:00 PM US Pacific Time