Hello everyone, we are live from the second Women in Machine Learning Symposium. My name is Rwana Karashkada, I’m the developer relations lead for Machine Learning Communities at Google and I will be a host for today’s event. Thank you all for joining us today. The Women in Machine Learning Symposium is an inclusive event […]
Welcome back to Cogax 2021. I’m Christine Foster, CCO at the Allen Turing Institute, and we’re the UK’s Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. There’s so much happening across the festival, so I’ll mention two of the Turing events. First, Vanessa Lawrence, who’s on the board of the Turing, will join a panel about […]
Welcome to Applications with Deep Narrow Networks with Washington University. In this video I’m going to show you the Kaggle competition that we just competed. This was a Kaggle competition that I put together just all original data for time series forecasting. And we’re going to look at the presentation given by the winning team. […]
All right, what’s up everyone? Welcome to another episode of the Tumol AI podcast. I am your host, Sam Charrington. And today I’ve got the pleasure of being joined by Disha Singla. Disha is a senior director of machine learning engineering at Capital One. Before we dive into our conversation, be sure to take a […]
What a great event so far. Welcome to the fireside chat. I’m excited to have you all here today, and just before we dive in, I would like to start by introducing our panelists. I have the pleasure to have with me here today, Dvjane, Engineering Director in Core Machine Learning at Google, Anita Vijay […]
Our first story is the most interesting one. Brain reading is more and more becoming a thing. There is a paper called Seeing Beyond the Brain, conditional diffusion models with Sparse Masked Modeling for Vision decoding.
The Twemal AI podcast is hosted by Sam Charington and Heather Nollis, a principal machine learning engineer at T-Mobile. This week's episode is a look at the work of a machine-learning engineer at the heart of an AI experiment.
In this episode, I'm joined by David Rosenberg, a data scientist in the office of the CTO at Financial Publisher Bloomberg to discuss his work on extracting data from tables and charts in natural document formats.
Rafik and Christian from the Rafik & Adoles studio have joined us to discuss PyTorch. Suraj, Justin and Suraj are both developers and developers at Pytorch.