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Safe Underwater Navigation for Coral Reef Conservation, Madison Bland, GS (C1B8DA91)

Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse and economically valuable ecosystems on the planet. They provide a critical habitat for marine life and serve as a foundation for many…

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Analyzing How Neural Networks Manipulate the Shape of Data, Reuel Williams, UG '24 (9C22A282)

Understanding the mathematical shape of data that neural networks learn from can provide valuable insights into their inner workings. In my senior thesis, I delve into this concept using a…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Carrie Branch

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Carrie Branch "Sexual selection, female choice, and cognitive adaptation in a food-caching bird"

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Gautam Reddy

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Princeton Robotics Seminar: "Robots that Learn From and Collaborate with People" Henny Admoni Lecture

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PLI How Large AI Models Work

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PLI Sarah-Jane Leslie

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ReMatch+ Intern - Micah Petit-Bois

The Effects of Musical Repetition on Immersion in Multimedia Advised by: Prof. Lisa Margulis, Music Natalie Miller, Music

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OURSIP Intern - Caroline Weaver

Visual Perception and Attention Advised by: Professor Timothy Bushman; Princeton Neuroscience Institute Qinpu He; Princeton Neurosscience Institute

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CITP Lecture: Peter Henderson – Aligning Machine Learning, Law, and Policy for Responsible Real-World Deployments

Machine learning (ML) is being deployed to a vast array of real-world applications with profound impacts on society. ML can have positive impacts, such as aiding in the discovery of new cures for…

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How are similar objects represented in the brain?, Elita Lee (4413825)

We come across pieces of highly similar information in our daily lives. The hippocampus is known to form nonoverlapping representations of these similar memories to prevent interference. In our…

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New Opportunities with Voice Controlled Accessibility Software: Federated Machine Learning and Linux Mobile Devices, Colton Loftus, UG '23 (2264753)

For individuals with health limitations, machine learning provides a powerful way to create more useful accessibility software. Voice controlled accessibility software is one such example that allows…

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How Does ChatGPT Work? An Overview of Large Language Models (Part 2 of 3)

Speakers: Ameet Deshpande and Alexander Wettig, Computer Science Department, Princeton University This presentation gives an overview of the key technologies behind ChatGPT with a discussion of…

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C-PREE Bradford Seminar - "Climate Change and the Future of Work: A Materialist Approach" lecture by Natasha Iskander

Natasha Iskander is the James Weldon Johnson Professor of Urban Planning and Public Service at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service. Her research focuses on the ways that…

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DataX PPPL Workshop 5-2022_Adebayo

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OURSIP Intern - Ben Kim

Modeling the Motion of Piezoelectric Soft Robots Mentors: Professor Minjie Chen, ECE Hsin Cheng, ECE

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