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The University of Southampton
The Alan Turing Institute

Probabilistic Programming Workshop Event

09:00 - 18:00
22 March 2016
Mathematics Student Centre - Building 56, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom

For more information regarding this event, please email Dr Ruben Sanchez Garcia at .

Event details

Probabilistic programming is a relatively new field on the intersection of machine learning, computer science and artificial intelligence. Probabilistic programming allows you to write any generative probabilistic model in a straightforward way, simply by describing the generative forward process. Anglican is one of the start-of-the-art probabilistic programming language. It is reasonably fast and stable, and there is an active community supporting it. Since it is written in Clojure, that uses Java, it can be very easily run on every operating system and on almost any machine.

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