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(Re)discovering music theory: AI algorithm learns the rules of musical composition

Can an AI algorithm learn the rules of Western music theory without any prior knowledge of music? And can it express them in a simple form that humans can understand? According to Lav Varshney, the answer is “Yes!” 

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News | February 6, 2023

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Colloquium: On Some Quantum Internet Information Rates
Colloquium: On Some Quantum Internet Information Rates

This talk discusses information rates in two quantum internet building blocks concerning quantum (conference) key distribution (QKD). 

Colloquium: Computing Near Storage
Colloquium: Computing Near Storage

We live in an age where enormous amount of data is being collected constantly because of smart phones, ubiquitous presence of sensors and the wide-spread use of social media. Useful and cost-effective analysis of this data is the biggest economic driver for the IT industry.

Colloquium: Underwater Acoustic Communications - Fundamentals and Recent Results
Colloquium: Underwater Acoustic Communications - Fundamentals and Recent Results

Underwater wireless communications rely on transmission of acoustic waves as electro-magnetic waves propagate only over very short distances.

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