Corinna Cortes
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Corinna Cortes is the Head of Google Research, NY, where she is working on a broad range of theoretical and applied large-scale machine learning problems. Prior to Google, Corinna spent more than ten years at AT&T Labs - Research, formerly AT&T Bell Labs, where she held a distinguished research position. Corinna's research work is well-known in particular for her contributions to the theoretical foundations of support vector machines (SVMs), for which she jointly with Vladimir Vapnik received the 2008 Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award, and her work on data-mining in very large data sets for which she was awarded the AT&T Science and Technology Medal in the year 2000. Corinna received her MS degree in Physics from University of Copenhagen and joined AT&T Bell Labs as a researcher in 1989. She received her Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Rochester in 1993.


Lectures:

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flag Does Social Good Justify Risking Personal Privacy?
as panelist at  20th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD), New York 2014,
together with: Rakesh Agrawal (panelist), Solon Barocas (panelist), Chris Clifton (panelist), Rayid Ghani (panelist), Raghu Ramakrishnan (moderator),
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flag Does Social Good Justify Risking Personal Privacy?
as panelist at  20th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD), New York 2014,
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flag Can Learning Kernels Help Performance?
as author at  26th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Montreal 2009,
836 views
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flag Learning Sequence Kernels
as author at  NIPS Workshop on Kernel Learning: Automatic Selection of Optimal Kernels, Whistler 2008,
together with: Mehryar Mohri, Afshin Rostamizadeh,
405 views
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flag Rational Kernels: A General Machine Learning Framework for the Analysis of Text, Speech and Biological Sequences
as author at  Center for Language and Speech Processing (CLSP) Seminar Series,
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