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Articles Tagged with machine learning

Telling the Story of Computer Engineering

An interview with Alina Zare, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineers are problem solvers. They seek out problems, analyze them, and work to create logical, lasting solutions. Alina Zare, Assistant Professor in MU’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department, has spent the last few years solving the problem of how to get computers to learn from data – and, more ambitiously, how to get them to learn from uncertain or unclear data.

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Working with Non-visual Data

From an interview with Alina Zare, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Along with the standard visual images, like pictures, Dr. Zare is interested in gleaning data from non-visual types of data, like the readings from a metal detector.

Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition

From an interview with Alina Zare, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. Zare introduces her area of study, machine learning and pattern recognition, which is the focus of her lab, TigerSense: The Machine Learning and Sensing Lab at the University of Missouri.