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Joint SSA Canberra + Canberra Data Scientists Meeting

  • 21 Jun 2021 2:11 PM
    Message # 10676773
    Jodi Phillips (Administrator)

    SSA Canberra invites you to its June branch meeting, which will be joint with Canberra Data Scientists

    Times (+/- some standard errors): 

    6:00pm-7:00pm: Presentation on Zoom

    Unfortunately, no virtual pre-drinks and nibbles will be provided this time around. However all SSA Canberra members should/will receive an separate invitation branch meeting email, which contains further instructions  to attend the dinner after the meeting. If you have not received this email and wish to attend the dinner, please contact

    RSVP: Please register in advance for this meeting at . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the meeting. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

    Speaker: Prof. Jiuyong Li, University of South Australia

    Topic: From supervised machine learning to causal heterogeneity modelling for personalised decision making

    Abstract: Causal heterogeneity modelling emerges as an effective approach for personalised decision making and is used in personalised marketing and personalised medicine. In this talk, I differentiate causal heterogeneity modelling from supervised machine learning and show some research and applications we have done in using causal heterogeneity modelling for decision making. I will give some common practice recommendations for using causal heterogeneity modelling methods.              

    BiographyJiuyong Li is a professor at the University of South Australia. His main research interests are in data mining, applied machine learning and bioinformatics. His research work has been supported by 7 prestigious Australian Research Council Discovery projects, and he has led a number of industry and applied projects of multiple millions of dollars. He has published more than 180 research papers, most of which are in the top tier publication venues in the area. He has been an area chair (or senior PC member) in many leading international conferences in artificial intelligence and data mining, and he is a member of the Australian Computer Society National Committee for Artificial Intelligence.

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