John Duchi
homepage:http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~jduchi/
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Description

John Duchi is currently a PhD candidate in computer science at Berkeley, where he started in the fall of 2008. He works in the Statistical Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL) under the supervision of Mike Jordan. Before this, he was an undergrad and a masters student at Stanford University working with Daphne Koller in her research group, DAGS. He was also a Resident Assistant in Cedro. He has also worked at Google, where he had the great fortune to work with Yoram Singer.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Privacy Aware Learning
as author at  26th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), Lake Tahoe 2012,
384 views
  demonstration video
flag Distributed Dual Averaging In Networks
as author at  Video Journal of Machine Learning Abstracts - Volume 1,
229 views
lecture
flag Efficient Learning using Forward-Backward Splitting
as author at  Conference Sessions,
357 views
  lecture
flag Boosting with Structural Sparsity
as author at  Sessions,
312 views
lecture
flag Online and Batch Learning Using Forward-Looking Subgradients
as coauthor at  NIPS Workshop on Optimization for Machine Learning, Whistler 2008,
344 views