Demystifying Machine Learning: Models and Applications

Washington Hall, Room 219 (William & Mary), 241 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, 23185

William & Mary - Williamsburg, United States

Learn about the range of models used in machine learning and some of the exciting new applications of these cutting-edge algorithms!

Oct 28, 2021, 11:00 PM – Oct 29, 2021, 12:00 AM

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Key Themes

Machine Learning

About this event

"Machine learning" and "artificial intelligence" are two of the buzz-iest buzzwords of our time. But what does it really mean for a machine to "learn"? In this workshop, we will break down these concepts into more approachable components. Attendees will learn how to frame a machine learning problem in terms of inputs and outputs, seeing how machine learning tasks boil down to well-defined optimization problems. During the interactive coding portion of the workshop, we will focus in on a few intuitive algorithms and think about how the general problem of connecting inputs to outputs is solved by these particular models.


Banner photo credit: Pietro Jeng on Unsplash.

When

When

October 28 – 29, 2021
11:00 PM – 12:00 AM UTC

Organizers

  • Charlie Dobson

    GDSC Lead

  • Alex Batts

    Co-lead

  • Colleen Polka

    Vice Lead: Workshops

  • Jason LaPierre

    Vice Lead: Consulting

  • Aniedi Udo-Obong

    Regional Leader

  • Cheyenne Hwang

    Co-Lead

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