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Game Theory and Machine Learning
How and why do you make decisions? When decisions are associated with a measure of utility, we have the core components of a game. Many Machine Learning problems can be interpreted as games -- a perspective that has served as the intuitive basis for many results in Machine Learning. In this talk we will explore the fundamental relationship between Game Theory and Machine Learning, including how the solutions for the game of Chess and game of Go have made a clear distinction between traditional and modern Artificial Intelligence. Presenter: Andrew Ribeiro Agenda 6:30 - Doors open and networking. 7:00 - Game Theory and Machine Learning 8:30 - Wrap up and discussion

Danbury Innovation Center

158 Main Street Enter from Bank Street · Danbury, CT

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    Danbury AI ( is a public AI meetup group hosted by the Danbury Hackerspace ( that aims to stimulate discussion in the vast field of artificial intelligence and bring together locals that foster a passion for the field. We hold our in person meetings on the second Tuesday of every month at which we host a variety of presenters, discussions, and workshops. We maintain a lively web presence via slack so the conversation never stops.

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