QCRI-MIT CSAIL Annual Research Project Review 2017
The QCRI – MIT CSAIL Annual Research Project Review is open to the public on Monday, March 27, 2017, at the HBKU Research Complex Multipurpose Room.
The annual meeting is a highlight of a collaboration between QCRI and MIT CSAIL, a medium for knowledge creation, transfer and the exchange of expertise between scientists.
Scientists from both organizations are undertaking a variety of core computer science research projects – Database Management; Arabic Speech and Language Processing for Cross-Language Information Search and Fact Verification; Content-Adaptive Video Retargeting; Understanding Health Habits from Social Media; A Vertically-Integrated Approach to Resource-Efficient Shared Computing; Understanding and Developing for Cultural Identities Across Platforms; and Urban Data Analytics to Improve Mobility for Growing Cities in the Context of Mega Events.
They will be presenting their latest updates on this research at the project review.
The meeting will be followed by a public talk by MIT CSAIL’s Professor Patrick Winston: “The Future of AI: Where we are, how we got here and where we are going,” at the Qatar National Convention Centre, Auditorium 1 at 4pm.
For more information on our joint projects, please click here.
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