Japan Visit

I am currently visiting Prof. Kenji Fukumizu at the Institute of Statistical Mathematics in Tokyo, Japan, where I will be spending most of the time working. Since I arrived last week, Kenji and I have already produced some interesting results on our joint work in kernel mean embedding for distributions. Hopefully, I can keep myself consistently productive in the next few weeks.

Apart from work, I also had some trips to Tachikawa and Tokyo downtown, despite the fact that the weather was not on my side. They includes a trip to Shinjuku (walking around in the area and enjoying the Japanese lifestyle), Asakusa, and the Tokyo Skytree Tower. The weather is getting better this week so I hope I will have a wonderful trip this weekend.

Well, this post is not really about machine learning, I will keep posting about what I learn while I am here.

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