MASTERCLASS ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND DATASCIENCE

SYSTEMS EMPOWERING HUMANS TO

MANAGE INFORMATION BETTER

17th June 2021

18:30-20:00 (IST)

Dr. David Karger

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Professor – Computer Science, MIT CSAIL, USA

Introduction

People are intelligent and creative information managers, but their work can be significantly helped or hindered by the way their applications organize and present information. The masterclass will explore several novel ways to do so effectively.

First, Dr. David Karger will describe two ways to powerfully enrich the structure of online discussion platforms- NB and Wikum. NB is a discussion platform for online learning that structures discussions into the margins of the course content. Wikum is a tool that helps participants collaborate in an online discussion and work together to build a richly structured summary of the discussion's main points.

Turning to structured data management, he will describe Mavo, which empowers non-programmers to author their own specialized information management tools. Mavo lets people make their own creative choices about how information should be structured and presented to best support specific information management tasks.


As part of Jio Institute’s upcoming Masters in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science program, we would like to invite you to this interactive and informative masterclass on 

 Systems Empowering Humans to Manage Information Better
By Dr. David Karger

Starting with an introduction to Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Dr. Karger will walk us through the HCI platforms and tools that help seamlessly structure students’ discussions. Thus, the masterclass will delve into details of the effective usage of online interaction portals. 

Speaker

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Dr. David Karger

Professor – Computer Science, MIT CSAIL, USA

David Karger (A.B. Harvard University 1989, Ph.D. Stanford University 1994) is a Professor of Computer Science and member of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT.  He is a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Karger's work has spanned a wide variety of areas including Algorithms, Information Retrieval, Networking, Peer to Peer Systems, Machine Learning, Communication and Coding, Databases, and Human Computer Interaction.  His recent work has focused on developing tools that let individual users and groups gather, manage, visualize, and share information more effectively. 

  • Manage information better in day-to-day work.

  • Use online discussion platforms effectively.

  • Make creative choices and structure information.

  • Better collaborate in online discussions.

  • Use HCI tools to build a richly structured discussion summary

  • Use HCI to effectively manage workflow.

KEY LEARNINGS

  • IT professionals

  • Business Analysts

  • Data Analytics Consultants

  • Enthusiast Students

  • Research and Development Professionals

  • Quantitative analysts 

  • Innovation Enthusiasts 

  • Architect and Design Professionals

  • Operations Analysts

  • Project Managers

  • Marketing Analysts

  • Logistics Specialists

  • Anyone curious to learn Human Computer Interaction

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

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