ABSTRACT: Traditionally, software is built by programmers who consider the possible situations and write rules to deal with them. But recently, many applications have been created by machine learning: the programmer is replaced by a trainer, who shows the computer examples until it learns to complete the task. This shift in the way software is built is opening up exciting new possibilities and posing new challenges.
Ticketed guests will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. At 3:50 pm, remaining seats will be released to walk-in guests and doors will close. Seating is not guaranteed. Alternative viewing accommodations will be made for any guests who are unable to secure seating in DeBaun Auditorium or who arrive after doors close.