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Generative Adversarial Networks Meetup

Generative Adversarial Networks

Tuesday, Nov 6, 2018, 6:00 PM

Rangle.io
18 York Street Toronto, on

99 manifolds Attending

Generative Adversarial Networks and their forms are undergoing a cambrian explosion as we uncover how neural networks trained by other neural networks can learn to generate high fidelity models of the real world. The level and pace of innovation in this part of the AI sphere is phenomenal. We’ll look at: a) Introducing GANs b) GAN applications c) D…

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AI crash course – Apache MXNet with Gluon

AI crash course – Apache MXNet with Gluon

Thursday, Sep 20, 2018, 6:00 PM

Rangle.io
18 York Street Toronto, on

109 manifolds Attending

Join us for a crash course on using MXNet and Gluon for your artificial intelligence projects. The talk is given by Sergei Sokolov, a deep learning engineer from Amazon Web Services. He’s flying in from Vancouver for the event! This is going to be a huge event – hint: it’s worth getting on the waitlist. Itinerary: —————————- 6-6…

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Join us for a crash course on using MXNet and Gluon for your artificial intelligence projects.

The talk is given by Sergei Sokolov, a deep learning engineer from Amazon Web Services. He’s flying in from Vancouver for the event!

This is going to be a huge event – hint: it’s worth getting on the waitlist.

Itinerary:
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6-6:15 – Arrival & Social
6:15 – Announcements
6:20 – Apache MXNet and Gluon crash course
7:35 – AI News
7:40 – Social
8:00 – All done!

Important to know
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– Due to building security regulations, Rangle employees will be by the elevators at 18 York St and will escort you up to the 5th floor.
– There is no cost for the event.

AI course: Intro to Keras

AI course: Intro to Keras

Thursday, Aug 16, 2018, 6:15 PM

Rangle.io
18 York Street Toronto, on

5 manifolds Attending

Join us for an Intro to the Keras framework at Rangle.io, a widely used open source AI framework that can run on top of TensorFlow, designed to make the prototyping and development of deep learning models much easier. We’ll introduce the Sequential model and show how it can be used to build example neural networks. We’ll be providing the code and y…

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AI in Health Care

AI in Health

Tuesday, Jul 17, 2018, 6:00 PM

Metro Hall
55 John St. Room 308/309 Toronto, ON

100 manifolds Attending

How has AI entered into healthcare? What is being developed? Canada is leading the way with advancements in the fields of both artificial intelligence and health. We have panelists from 3 of these new labs who are paving the way to improve health outcomes for current and future generations. —————– ProteinQure – Tomas Babej – CTO Computat…

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Intro to Keras

Intro to Keras

Tuesday, Jun 26, 2018, 6:00 PM

BA1210, Bahen Centre, University of Toronto
40 Saint George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E4 Toronto, ON

75 manifolds Went

Join us at UofT with the UofT CSSU for an Intro to the Keras framework, a widely used open source AI framework that can run on top of TensorFlow, designed to make the prototyping and development of deep learning models much easier. We’ll introduce the Sequential model and show how it can be used to build example neural networks: A deep convolutiona…

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Deep Learning in Keras + TorontoAI x CSSU

Deep Learning in Keras + TorontoAI x CSSU

Tuesday, Jun 26, 2018, 6:00 PM

University of Toronto
27 King’s College Circle Toronto, ON

62 manifolds Attending

Join us at UofT for an Intro to the Keras framework, a widely used open source AI framework that can run on top of TensorFlow, designed to make the prototyping and development of deep learning models much easier. We’ll introduce the Sequential model and show how it can be used to build example neural networks: A deep convolutional network and a mul…

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Details
Join us at UofT for an Intro to the Keras framework, a widely used open source AI framework that can run on top of TensorFlow, designed to make the prototyping and development of deep learning models much easier.

We’ll introduce the Sequential model and show how it can be used to build example neural networks: A deep convolutional network and a multi-layer LSTM character level model for modelling a distribution of names – with pretty cool results 😉

We’ll be providing the code and you’ll be able to run it within Colaboratory – a hosted notebook from a Google research project created to help disseminate machine learning education and research.

Itinerary:
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6-6:15 – Arrival
6:15 – Announcements
6:20 – Intro to Keras and code walkthrough
7:20 – Q&A
7:35 – Important new papers in AI
7:45 – Social time
8:00 – All done!

Important to know
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– There is no cost for the event.
– Attendees must join the Slack channel for Toronto AI prior to the event:
https://join.slack.com/t/toronto-ai/shared_invite/enQtMjE5NTM5MzY3NTU0LTQ0ZDIyM2ZlZDYwMmRjY2I2NTEyMjZjYzJkNzljZTI1ZWRiMDkzYjUyZjRkMTc5ZDM0OGJmZjdmNzM5NDM5Zjk

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Intro to Keras @ Naborly

Intro to Keras @ Naborly

Thursday, May 31, 2018, 6:15 PM

Naborly
302-207 Adelaide Street East Toronto, ON

55 manifolds Attending

Join us at Naborly for an Intro to Keras, a widely used open source AI framework that can run on top of TensorFlow, designed to make the prototyping and development of deep learning models much easier. We’ll introduce the Sequential model and show how it can be used to build an example neural network: A multi-layer LSTM character level model for m…

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Details
Join us at Naborly for an Intro to Keras, a widely used open source AI framework that can run on top of TensorFlow, designed to make the prototyping and development of deep learning models much easier.

We’ll introduce the Sequential model and show how it can be used to build an example neural network: A multi-layer LSTM character level model for modelling a distribution of names – with pretty cool results 😉

Important to know
—————————-
– There is no cost for the event.
– Attendees must join the Slack channel for Toronto AI prior to the event:
https://join.slack.com/t/toronto-ai/shared_invite/enQtMjE5NTM5MzY3NTU0LTQ0ZDIyM2ZlZDYwMmRjY2I2NTEyMjZjYzJkNzljZTI1ZWRiMDkzYjUyZjRkMTc5ZDM0OGJmZjdmNzM5NDM5Zjk

Itinerary:
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6-6:15 – Arrival and refreshments
6:25 – Announcements
6:30 – Intro to Keras and code walkthrough
7:15 – Q&A
7:30 – Important new papers in AI
7:45 – Social time
8:15 – All done!

 

 

Reinforcement Learning

ecobee’s very own Haotian Zhang will be speaking about reinforcement learning!

Haotian Zhang is an AI researcher at ecobee Inc., developing innovative AI solutions and efficient machine learning techniques for smart homes. He is also working on building context-aware and agent-based AI systems. Before that, he worked on control and optimization of multi-agent systems and received his PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Waterloo.

More details will follow!

 

Reinforcement Learning

Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018, 6:00 PM

Ecobee Office
207 Queen’s Quay West Suite 600 Toronto, ON

80 manifolds Attending

ecobee’s very own Haotian Zhang will be speaking about reinforcement learning!Haotian Zhang is an AI researcher at ecobee Inc., developing innovative AI solutions and efficient machine learning techniques for smart homes. He is also working on building context-aware and agent-based AI systems. Before that, he worked on control and optimization of …

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Toronto AI Workshop – Convolutional Neural Networks

Toronto AI – Convolutional Neural Networks
Thursday, August 10, 2017
6:15 PM to 8:30 PM
Naborly
302-207 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, ON

Join us for a fascinating evening where we dive into convolutional neural networks.

We will explore some of the concepts and applications behind this powerful form of machine learning, followed by a code demo on how these neural nets can be implemented in TensorFlow. Plenty of social time is planned.

Our friends at Naborly are sponsoring us with their uniquely brilliant space downtown for this event so it will be a very cool night with them. Stay tuned for more details!

Side note: we are starting to collaborate with the Toronto Women’s Data Group – they are hosting some really great events specifically for the community of women (i.e. band of data ninjas) in data science, so be sure to check them out!

 

Toronto AI – Convolutional Neural Networks

Thursday, Aug 10, 2017, 6:15 PM

Location details are available to members only.

45 manifolds Went

Join us for a fascinating evening where we dive into convolutional neural networks.We will explore some of the concepts and applications behind this powerful form of machine learning, followed by a code demo on how these neural nets can be implemented in TensorFlow.   Plenty of social time is planned.Our friends at Naborly are sponsoring us with …

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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

to

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

134 manifolds Went

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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