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Talking Machines: Robotics and machine learning music videos, with Michael Littman

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17 February 2016



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Machine Learning A Cappella. Source: Udacity/YouTube

Machine Learning A Cappella. Source: Udacity/YouTube

In episode three of season two, Ryan walks us through the Alpha Go results and answers a listeners’ question about using Gaussian processes for classifications. Plus, we talk with Michael Littman of Brown University about his work, robots, and making music videos.

Also not to be missed, Michael’s appearance in the recent Turbotax ad!



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Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning.
Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning.





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