We offer two seminars "Probabilistic Modeling I (Inf 533) / II (534)"
The seminar consists of two parts, which take place in the winter semester (part I) and in the summer semester (part II).
In Part I we will deal with State-of-Art (SoA) in Graphical and Probabilistic Modelling using Probabilistic Programming Languages (using WebPPL or PYRO as examples) in the Modelling of Perception, Cognition (Problem Solving, Assessment, Decision Making) and Behavioral Control of predominantly Natural Agents.
Part II deals with the development and presentation of the SoA of perception, cognition and behaviour control of technical systems using intelligent assistants (e.g. risk assessment in lending), autonomous vehicles (e.g. Google Car), robotics and intelligent websites (e.g. with WebPPL and PYRO) as examples.
This division of content largely adapts to the previous knowledge and wishes of the students.
The evaluation of both seminars can be combined to correspond to that of a lecture module.