Several ML problems can be posed as non-convex optimization problems which in general are hard to solve. The goal of this project is to explore certain problem structues to solve these “hard” non-convex optimization problems efficiently. Click here for more information and links to talks, our publications etc.
Can we devise tiny ML models that can fit in 2KB of RAM and enable tiny devices to be “intelligent”? Click here for more information.
Traditionally, ML models have been designed assuming “benign” i.i.d. data. However, in practice, one often encounters datasets with several outliers (possibly malicious/adversarial). The goal of this project is to develop ML methods that are robust to such outliers but still efficiently learns nearly optimal models.