Improving technology through Feminist cooperation in Madison, Wisconsin.
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When: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Where: Madison Public Library, 201 W Mifflin St, Bubbler Room (first floor)
Would you like to know more about how machine learning and artificial intelligence works? Have you heard about Neural Networks and wondered what the buzz is all about? This talk is an intro to the algorithms used in supervised and unsupervised machine learning, based on the material from the Machine Learning Algorithms class on coursera.org by Stanford University professor, Dr. Andrew Ng. The focus of this talk is more on the concepts and theory rather than actual implementation of these algorithms.
About the speaker:
Naveen VK is a Principal Architect at NVISIA, a regional software development partner. Over the last 19 years she has designed and built custom applications using the Java Enterprise stack for industry leading companies in the finance, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing and government sectors, including the State of Wisconsin. She enjoys sharing her expertise through technical talks and presentations at various meetups including Codecinella, Milwaukee Big Data and other software development user groups in Madison, Milwaukee and the Twin Cities . She is one of the organizers at Codecinella, a contributor to the enterprise architecture team and a team lead at her current client and a member of NVISIA’s senior leadership team.