My name is Ben Dai (戴奔). I’m an Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. My primary research interests include theory-driven machine learning methods, theoretical foundation of machine learning, black-box significance testing, statistical computing and software development.
|Nov 6, 2023
|The ML algorithm ReHLine that we recently developed has been accepted for publication at NeurIPS 2023.
selected publications [all papers]
- CLeaRInference of Nonlinear Causal Effects with Application to TWAS with GWAS Summary DataIn Proceedings of the Third Conference on Causal Learning and Reasoning, PMLR, 2024
- NeurIPSReHLine: Regularized Composite ReLU-ReHU Loss Minimization with Linear Computation and Linear ConvergenceIn Thirty-seventh Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, 2023
- JMLRRankSEG: A Consistent Ranking-based Framework for SegmentationJournal of Machine Learning Research, 2023
- IEEE TNNLSSignificance tests of feature relevance for a black-box learnerIEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, 2022
- JASAEmbedding learningJournal of the American Statistical Association, 2022