• 2020 Feb 19

# Rahul Panicker (Wadhwani AI): Building Innovative AI Solutions to Solve Complex Social Challenges at a Global Scale

12:00pm to 1:00pm

## Location:

Pierce Hall 209
Building Innovative AI Solutions to Solve Complex Social Challenges at a Global Scale

It is estimated that over 2.5 billion people live on under $2.5 per day, this number increases to 4.5 billion people who live on less than$8 per day....
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• 2020 Feb 05

# Jacek Mandziuk: Non-MILP Approaches to Stackelberg Security Games

12:00pm to 1:00pm

## Location:

Pierce Hall 209

Non-MILP Approaches to Stackelberg Security Games

In this talk I will introduce our two recently-proposed metaheuristic non-MILP methods for approximation of Strong Stackelberg Equilibrium in general-sum sequential Security Games (SGs) with imperfect information, played on graphs. Both methods search...

• 2020 Jan 10

# CRCS/HSPH Joint Workshop on Tuberculosis

9:00am to 5:00pm

## Location:

Mumbai, India
• 2019 Dec 09

# Maia Jacobs: One Size Doesn’t Fit Anyone: Tailoring Digital Tools for Personal Health Journeys

12:00pm to 1:00pm

## Location:

Maxwell Dworkin 119

Personal technologies for everyday health management have the potential to transform healthcare by empowering individuals to engage in their own care, scaffolding access to critical information, and supporting patient-centered decision-making. Currently, many personal health tools often focus only on a single task or isolated event. However, chronic illnesses are characterized by information needs and challenges that shift over time; thus, these illnesses are better defined as a dynamic trajectory than a series of singular events. In this talk, I discuss my work designing and...

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• 2019 Dec 02

# CRCS Faculty Lunch (Internal Event)

12:00pm to 1:00pm

• 2019 Nov 25

# Christopher Golden: Planetary Health: Investigating the Intersections of Environmental and Public Health

12:00pm to 1:00pm

## Location:

Maxwell Dworkin 119

Planetary Health: Investigating the Intersections of Environmental and Public Health

My presentation will focus on the following two planetary health research areas: 1) modeling the impact of terrestrial and marine wildlife declines in affecting global human food security; and 2) developing a climate-smart health surveillance system that will integrate environmental, climate, agricultural, and health monitoring data to understand the underlying causes of ill health and how to predict them in the future. These two research areas beg for collaboration across...

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• 2019 Nov 18

# Hima Lakkaraju: How can we fool LIME and SHAP? Adversarial Attacks on Explanation Methods

12:00pm to 1:00pm

## Location:

Maxwell Dworkin 119

How can we fool LIME and SHAP? Adversarial Attacks on Explanation Methods

As machine learning black boxes are increasingly being deployed in domains such as healthcare and criminal justice, there is growing emphasis on building...

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• 2019 Nov 13

# David Kempe: Security Games: Quasi-Regular Sequences, and a New Version of TSP

2:00pm to 3:00pm

## Location:

Pierce Hall 209

Security Games: Quasi-Regular Sequences, and a New Version of TSP

[joint work with Leonard J. Schulman and Omer Tamuz (SODA 2018) and with Mark Klein (submitted)]

In security games, a defender commits to a mixed strategy for protecting a set of n targets of values v_i; an attacker, knowing the defender's strategy, chooses which target to attack and for how long. We study a natural version in which the attacker's utility grows linearly with the time he spends at the target, but drops to 0 if he is caught. The defender's goal is to minimize the...

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