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Working the System: Chip Design

An Overview of Systems on Chip Design for applications from AI, Autonomous Vehicles, Gaming, Internet of Things, & More.

Linda Larson has worked in Processor Physical Design and Very Large Scale Integration for the past 20 years, with a BA in Math, and MS in Electrical Engineering. Current interests include brain patterns for spatial reasoning and interconnected thinking with applications to machine learning and approximate computing. She is on the Wisconsin Executive Advisory Board for FIRST and finds it very hard not to over-contribute on her kids robotics projects. Continue reading “Working the System: Chip Design”

What is Tableau, and Why Should I Care?

Maybe you’ve seen pretty graphics and pictures representing data. Maybe you’ve heard about ‘Tableau’ but have no idea if that means some fancy table in French, something artistic involving paint, or some new technical tool that you might want to learn. Maybe you’ve overheard ‘Data Viz’ and wondered if that has anything to do with user interface design, big data, predictive analytics, data exploration, full stack development, software, databases or whatnot.

Slides: What is Tableau

Machine Learning

Naveen VK presented on machine learning and how artificial intelligence works. She broke down the information on buzz words like Neural Networks and provided 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.

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