Laboratory for Entrepreneurship in Data Sciences is a research group
focused on rigorously studying algorithmic, mathematical,
engineering, and societal issues that arise in many Internet
applications deluged by massive amounts of data. The laboratory
builds on research from machine learning, game theory, evolutionary
biology, logic and statistical inference from NYU/Courant Institute,
but attracts members from all fields and institutions facing many of
these shared challenges: Silicon Alley, Finance, Advertising and Ad
Technology, Philanthropy, Biomedicine and Engineering. Somewhat
immodestly (and with apologies to Albert Arnold "Al" Gore), the
laboratory aims to reinvent the Internet of the future.
Adrianne Dicker Kadzinski
next: April 6, M Dubno, WeWork, 85 Broad st, 29th floor (tentative)
Spamhaus is a New-York-based data science roundtable that hosts a
monthly speaker and Q&A on a different industry topic or technical
issue. Founded by Bud Mishra, Professor of Computer Science,
Mathematics, Engineering & Cell Biology at NYU Courant Institute of
Math Science, Tandon School of Engineering and NYU School of Medicine,
Spamhaus attracts scientists, mathematicians, entrepreneurs and
industry experts to discuss emerging problems and solutions.
despite its disarmingly unflattering name, has gained a reputation for
enabling its members to walk away from its roundtables with clearer
solution paths, better grant/investment opportunities and stronger
potential partners, clients and investors.
Spamhaus is normally a closed, by-invitation session, so please join
us for this unique opportunity to participate in a discussion with
some of the best minds in the country.
Agent Based Trace Learning in a Recommendation-Verification System
for Cyber Security,
(Submitted, Under review)
(with W. Casey, J.A. Morales, E. Wright, M. Appel,
J. Gennari, L. Metcalf, J. Spring and R. Weaver), 2014.
Cyber Security via Signaling Games: Toward a Science of Cyber Security,"
(with W. Casey, et al.),
10th International Conference on Distributed Computing and
Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, (February, 2014), 2014.
What Can Information-Asymmetric Games Tell Us About the Context of
Crick's 'Frozen Accident'?
(with J. Jee et al.),
Journal of the Royal Society Interface,