Across the Icy Waters of the North Atlantic
I'll be traveling for much of the rest of the month to give talks.
- 18 October
- "Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three", Yahoo Labs New York.
- "So, You Think You Have a Power Law Do You? Well Isn't That Special?", New York Machine Learning Meetup. [Slides (3 MB, PDF)]
- (I am perfectly happy to give two talks in a day, if you give me a steady drip feed of caffeine.)
- 19 October
- "The Computational Structure of Neuronal Spike Trains", Applied Mathematics Colloquium, Columbia University.
- 20 October
- "When Bayesians Can't Handle the Truth", Statistics Seminar, Columbia
University, 1 pm in Schermerhorn 963. Based overwhelmingly
on this, but with a bit
- 22 October
- "Markovian, predictive, and conceivably causal representations
of stochastic processes", at "Complexity and Statistics: Tipping Points and Crashes",
Royal Statistical Society, London. (No paper, yet, but it grows out of
ones like these.)
- 25 October
- "Homophily, Contagion, Confounding: Pick Any Three",
CabDyn Complexity Seminar, Oxford.
- 26 October
- "The Computational Structure of Neuronal Spike Trains", Bristol Centre for Complexity Sciences.
- 27--28 October
- Lecturing to the Centre's degree-program students on optimal prediction,
self-organization and coherent structures.
- 29 October
- "When Bayesians Can't Handle the Truth", Statistics Seminar, University of Bristol.
Between traveling, and needing to revise (or, in two cases, write) my
talks, I am going to be an even worse correspondent than usual.
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