Office Hour Request
I spend 30 minutes each week (twice a week) to talk with an organization* who has curiosity/need for machine learning, natural language and/or the algorithmic aspect of data science but does not have in-house expertise nor access to external experts. If you are one of these organizations and might benefit from talking with me (though, i cannot guarantee you would,) please fill the form below.#
I don't ask for any fee or in fact anything in return.
To give you some ideas about what I may be able to help you with, I received my PhD degree from Aalto University on the topic of restricted Boltzmann machines (unsupervised neural nets), did my postdoc in U. Montreal on the topic of neural machine translation and am an associate professor of computer science and data science at NYU, jointly appointed at the Courant Institute (Computer Science) and the Center for Data Science. Please see my homepage for more information:
, and for my publication, see
I speak both Korean and English, and it's up to you to use either (or both) of these languages at the office hour.
(*) This office hour is NOT for students in K-12 or higher education.
(#) Without your consent, none of the answers below or any material of discussion will be made available to anyone other than me.
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Please write the name of your organization
The URL of the organization's homepage if it exists.
Who are you?
Your name and position at the organization.
The URL of your homepage if it exists.
What do you want to talk about?
Please describe topics or problems you want to talk about with me. Since each office hour is only 30 minutes long, please be specific about the topic/problem in order to have a focused and productive office hour.
Why do you want to talk with me?
No pressure. This is really just for my curiosity.
The options below are all in NY time (either EDT or EST depending on the time of the year.)
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