Congratulations to Drs Kenneth Kennedy and Mark Dunne who accepted their PhDs at the DIT graduation on Saturday 19th October. Well done doctors!
On Tuesday 15th October, as part of the AIRC/School of Computing research seminar series, Dr Pierpaolo Dondio presented an excellent talk on Abstract Argumentation Semantics. Abstract: Argumentation theory is a multi-disciplinary field studying how arguments are built and valid conclusions are reached. Abstract argumentation frameworks were introduced at the end of the 90s to analyze […]
Dr Patrick Linstrom successfully defended his thesis, “Handling Concept Drift in the Context of Expensive Labels”, at a viva on 14th October, 2013. Well done Dr Paddy!
The AIRC currently has a fully funded PhD position in machine learning. Details are given below and candidates interested in making an application should visit: http://dit.ie/researchandenterprise/graduateresearchschool/fundedphdprogrammes/science/#d.en.67013 Project Description: Project Description: Inductive-machine-learning-based automated fraud detection systems are best treated as a regression problem, and rely on large collections of historical data labelled with known outcomes for […]