George H. Chen

 

 


 

George H. Chen (SM/EE/PhD from MIT, BS from UC Berkeley) is a postdoc at MIT in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and will start as an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Public Policy and Information Systems in January 2017. He teaches, develops, studies, and applies machine learning and data analysis tools. His work has spanned a diverse range of applications such as forecasting trends on Twitter, recommending products to people in systems like Netflix, finding human organs in medical images, and detecting buildings in massive satellite images to help plan electrification projects in rural India. George enjoys teaching and has taught at the high school, undergraduate, and graduate levels.




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Sep 12th 2016

Learn fundamentals of probabilistic analysis and inference. Build computer programs that reason with uncertainty and make predictions. Tackle machine learning problems, from recommending movies to spam filtering to robot navigation.

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