Ms. Virginia Goodwin
Ms. Goodwin is a member of the technical staff in the Homeland Protection Systems Group in the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division of MIT Lincoln Laboratory. She joined the lab in 2004, in the Air, Missile, & Maritime Defense Technology division. Virginia’s work focuses on implementing novel computer vision and machine learning algorithms for decision support across multiple sensor modalities. She received her bachelor’s degree in Physics from Wellesley College in 2004 and her Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Harvard University in 2010.
Courses taught by Ms. Virginia Goodwin
The course begins with a brief history of Artificial Intelligence (AI), including a survey of representative AI success stories and covers topics such as AI data requirements and conditioning, a selection of AI techniques including supervised learning, unsupervised learning and . . .