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David Balduzzi: dbalduzzi at gmail             cv                        teaching
I work on machine learning at Victoria University Wellington. If you don't know what machine learning is, then these fun slides are a good place to start:
 For details, check out these lecture notes:

Machine learning is mostly about automating induction: designing algorithms that generalize effectively from observations. However, there is more to learning than induction. Ultimately, knowledge is only useful if it can be sharedThe question underlying my research is: 
    How can algorithms learn to cooperate? 

My PhD was in representation theory and algebraic geometry at the University of ChicagoAfter that I worked in computational neuroscience at UW-Madison and machine learning at the MPI for Intelligent Systems and ETH Zürich.