Month: June 2017

AI workshop – TensorFlow intro

We’re hosting a intro-level AI workshop at the Toronto City Hall on June 28th –  that explores machine learning with Python and the open source library TensorFlow.  TensorFlow is the second generation machine learning system behind Google Brain (https://research.google.com/teams/brain/).

There will be a presentation and during that time we’ll walk through the code and use visualisations that allow us to actually see how its internal representation morphs over time as it learns.  We’ll also try out some live AI experiments to get an intuitive feel for how the model behaves.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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Toronto City Hall, Committee Room #1

100 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON

 

Cost function:  Free

Pre-requisites:

Please bring a laptop with with Docker CE installed:

https://www.docker.com/community-edition

Stay tuned for further instructions!

Please note:  This is the third replay (iteration) of this workshop, covering the same content as the past two workshops.  Please be patient, we are working on a new workshop for later this summer, and we’ll post a social night in the near future.

 

AI workshop – TensorFlow intro

Wednesday, Jun 28, 2017, 6:30 PM

Toronto City Hall, Committee Room #1
100 Queen Street West Toronto, ON

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We’re hosting a intro-level AI workshop at the Toronto City Hall on June 28th –  that explores machine learning with Python and the open source library TensorFlow.  TensorFlow is the second generation machine learning system behind Google Brain (https://research.google.com/teams/brain/).There will be a presentation and during that time we’ll walk…

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