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  1. Hi I'm CS undergrad with 1 year industry experience, 1+ years of lab intern experience (machine learning, computational biology). I'm trying to apply at phD programs. I love machine learning but during my internship, I found I'm not that really interested in computational biology as I first thought and I want to search labs where I can research deep learning and trading system such as stock recommendation system, trading agent using RL, stock forecasting with various deep models, interpreting chart etc... I've been told at ML courses RL and machine learning system has been successful at these fields but I couldn't find many papers or labs doing deep learning and financial trading. Is there any university or labs with these research topic? I want to study with researchers with same interest and look for labs, but don't know where to start
  2. Hey Everyone, I need help choosing which university to go to! I narrowed it down to Gatech and Penn (University of Pennsylvania) from the following list: Gatech, Penn, USC (Southern California), Wisconsin-Madison, Columbia, Brown, Rutgers Interest: Computer Vision and Deep Learning Cost Restrictions: None. I am willing to figure out how to pay if the university is worth going to. Goal: Planning to do a PhD after my masters. Therefore, I plan to do a lot of research during my MS. I was able to narrow down to these 2 universities based on professors and research done at these places in CV. I am leaning towards Gatech but I'd like to hear some advice from others on future prospects of getting into good PhD programs from either school. Also, let me know if you think I should consider any of the other schools on the list. Thank you in advance!
  3. Hey Everyone, I need help choosing which university to go to! I narrowed it down to Gatech and Penn (University of Pennsylvania) from the following list: Gatech, Penn, USC (Southern California), Wisconsin-Madison, Columbia, Brown, Rutgers Interest: Computer Vision and Deep Learning Cost Restrictions: None. I am willing to figure out how to pay if the university is worth going to. Goal: Planning to do a PhD after my masters. Therefore, I plan to do a lot of research during my MS. I was able to narrow down to these 2 universities based on professors and research done at these places in CV. I am leaning towards Gatech but I'd like to hear some advice from others on future prospects of getting into good PhD programs from either school. Also, let me know if you think I should consider any of the other schools on the list. Thank you in advance!
  4. This is a similar post. But my situation is a bit different. First of all, I am very afraid of coldness, so is the winter in CMU that intolerable? especially compared with Stanford. Second question, (a large question) I am interested in research, Computer vision and deep learning. I want to pursue a PhD (at CS top 4 schools) and do not want to work after my masters program. And I do not have any interest in startups. CMU MS Robotics is a research program, so that applying a phd would be easier? (I am not sure about this point). But Stanford MSCS is a general program. It seems that its course load is heavier than CMU. As mentioned in the above post, is it true, that CMU would treat its masters student better? Anyway, it's an old post and I think Adamah has a different research interest. Stanford has less faculty than CMU, and many of its faculty is engaged in industry. So my Stanford PoI's group is usually very large, about 20 people. Would that make an MS student get less attention? Considering the weather, I would probably go to Stanford, but is it that hard to be admitted from a top 4 university after the Masters program, a PhD in Computer Vision and Deep Learning? I will appreciate all of your opinions!
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