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7/1---6-July-2018-2nd-School-on-Foundations-of-Pro
gramming-and-Software-Systems-FOPSS-Logic-and-Lear
ning-Oxford-England
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SUMMARY:2nd School on Foundations of Programming a
nd Software Systems (FOPSS): Logic and Learning, O
xford, England
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180701
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180706
LOCATION:Oxford, England
DESCRIPTION:Using logic as the foundation to under
stand machine learning to obtain the best of both
worlds is a major challenge. The Logic & Learning
School is an opportunity to learn from, and intera
ct with, the world's experts leading recent progre
ss in understanding the relationships between logi
c and learning. These experts come from both acade
mia and some of the leading industrial research la
bs (Amazon Research and DeepMind). The programme
of the Logic & Learning School consists of ten lec
tures of three hours each, starting with four intr
oductory courses on computational and statistical
learning theory, reinforcement learning and Bayesi
an inference, and six advanced courses on exciting
and recent developments relating logic and learni
ng. The lectures target an audience of logicians a
nd computer scientists broadly construed and do no
t assume any knowledge on machine learning. The s
ummer school is perfectly aligned for students who
want to attend the four-yearly Federated Logic Co
nference (FLOC) taking place in Oxford after the s
ummer school.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n Using logic as
the foundation to understand machine learning to
obtain the best of both worlds is a major challeng
e. The Logic & Learning School is an opportuni
ty to learn from, and interact with, the world's e
xperts leading recent progress in understanding th
e relationships between logic and learning. These
experts come from both academia and some of the le
ading industrial research labs (Amazon Research an
d DeepMind).

\n\n The programme of the Logi
c & Learning School consists of ten lectures o
f three hours each, starting with four introductor
y courses on computational and statistical learnin
g theory, reinforcement learning and Bayesian infe
rence, and six advanced courses on exciting and re
cent developments relating logic and learning. The
lectures target an audience of logicians and comp
uter scientists broadly construed and do not assum
e any knowledge on machine learning. The sum
mer school is perfectly aligned for students who w
ant to attend the four-yearly Federated Logic Conf
erence (FLOC) taking place in Oxford after the sum
mer school.

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URL:http://fopss18.mimuw.edu.pl/
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