Tijmen Tieleman
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Description

I am a student of artificial intelligence, which is the study of how apparently nonintelligent things (computers) can behave apparently intelligently. I study at the university of Toronto, under Geoffrey Hinton's excellent supervision.

Research interests:

  • Neural networks (details of interest vary) - that's interesting because it's cool and it's my group's specialization.
  • The theory and practice of programming (e.g. compilers and interpreters, algorithm design, programming languagues, and programming tricks) - that's interesting because I program a lot.
  • Using artificial intelligence as a tool (as opposed to purpose) in programs - that's interesting because it's a useful tool, and sometimes it can do some of the boring work for me.

Other academic interests:

  • The study of logic and the principles of mathematics. I find this very interesting, and I've taken some excellent courses in this field.
  • Probability theory - especially its paradoxes (like the paradox of the two envelopes).


Lectures:

lecture
flag Using Fast Weights to Improve Persistent Contrastive Divergence
as author at  Sessions,
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flag Training Restricted Boltzmann Machines using Approximations to the Likelihood Gradient
as author at  25th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Helsinki 2008,
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