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Data Day Texas

CrowdFlower is heading to Austin, Texas for Data Day Texas! This year, we’re lucky enough to have both the keynote speaker and a pair of our machine learning experts holding a hands-on workshop. Here are the details about our keynote¬†and our workshop:

Deep Learning in the Real World

Keynote by CrowdFlower Co-Founder & Chief Data Scientist Lukas Biewald

Deep Learning has made some incredible advances in the past few years. I’ve watched hundreds of organizations build and deploy machine learning algorithms in the past few years and I’ve seen it make a huge impact on many different applications. But deep learning isn’t magic and it takes real work to make it effective. Everyone talks about algorithms, but that’s rarely the biggest problem. This talk is about real machine learning from beginning to end, collecting training data, setting expectations, handling errors, dealing with potential adversaries and explaining why the model did what it did. It will cover a variety of use cases from medical diagnosis to sentiment analysis to self driving cars.

Hands on Machine Learning and Deep Learning Applications using AWS, Keras, and TensorFlow

A workshop with Qazaleh Mirsharif and Humayun Irshad

This workshop covers setting up AWS EC2 account for machine learning/deep learning applications and use state-of- the-art machine learning and deep learning methods for object detection and image classification. Qazaleh and Humayun will intro the main concepts in machine learning and show common techniques used in machine learning object detection and image classification problems. They will also learn the fundamentals of deep learning and how to train and evaluate a deep fully connected model.

Get your ticket here.

  • When

    January 27, 2018 9:00 am (GMT-06:00)

  • Where

    Austin, TX

  • More Information
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    January 27, 2017 7:00 pm (GMT-06:00)
    Austin, TX
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