DARPA Probabilistic Programming for
Advanced Machine Learning (PPAML) Proposers’ Day
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
DARPA will be hosting a Proposers' Day for the Probabilistic Programming for Advanced Machine Learning (PPAML) program on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at the Executive Conference Center in Arlington, VA. This conference is in anticipation of the PPAML Broad Agency Announcement (BAA).
The goal of the PPAML program is to advance machine learning by using probabilistic programming to 1) dramatically increase the number of people who can successfully build machine learning applications, 2) make machine learning experts radically more effective, and 3) enable new applications that are impossible to conceive of using today’s technology. In support of this overarching goal, PPAML has a number of sub-goals. Specifically, the sub-goals are 1) to make machine learning model code shorter, 2) to reduce development time, 3) to facilitate the construction of richer models, 4) to require lower levels of expertise in building machine learning applications, and 5) to support the construction of integrated models.
Sorry, the registration list and waitlist for this event are full.
|0900 - 1000 EST||Registration|
|1000 - 1130 EST||Government Presentations|
|1130 - 1300 EST||Lunch|
|1300 - 1400 EST||Proposers’ Presentations|
|1400 - 1500 EST||Government Response to Questions from Morning Session|
A video recording of the PPAML Proposers’ Day will be posted at http://www.darpa.mil/Opportunities/Solicitations/I2O_Solicitations.aspx after April 10, 2013.
Please contact PPAML@darpa.mil with any questions.