[Intelligence Seminar] Algorithmic economics seminar: Craig Boutilier, April 30 @ noon, NSH 3305

Dana Houston dhouston at cs.cmu.edu
Fri Apr 26 10:02:06 EDT 2013

    Hi everyone,

    *Craig Boutilier*, Prof. of CS at the University of Toronto, will
    give a talk on*Tuesday April 30 at noon in NSH 3305*, entitled
    "Preference Elicitation for Social Choice: A Study in Voting and
    Stable Matching". Craig's fresh approach to social choice is often
    inspired by machine learning paradigms and in this sense the talk
    ties in nicely with the ML&social sciences theme. You can find the
    talk details (including abstract) on the seminar's website:
    <http://www.cs.cmu.edu/%7Earielpro/algecon.html>. As usual, lunch
    from Aladdin will be served.

    *Craig will be available on April 30 for meetings. If you would like
    to meet him, please send your constraints to Pat Loring (cc'd) at
    sawako at cs.cmu.edu <mailto:sawako at cs.cmu.edu>.*

    Best regards,
    arielpro at cs.cmu.edu

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