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Prof Fredrik Vannberg: GA Tech Biology: Machine Learning to Cure Cancer

Prof Fredrik Vannberg is an expert in statistical genomics, with a PhD from Oxford. His research uses techniques from machine learning and natural language processing to design innovative treatments.

More here: http://www.biology.gatech.edu/people/fredrik-vannberg

Agenda:

6:30p - Doors open - Networking, food, & drinks

7:05p - Welcome & annoucements

7:15p - Keynote

8:30p - Networking

9:00p - Goodnight & Thanks!

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  • Travis T.

    Thanks to Dr. Vannberg, all who made it tonight, and especially to the sponsors who made it possible! What a great event and how amazing to see data science in action helping to improve the lives of millions living with cancer. Best of all is the commitment to open source software sharing the results of this research with the world.

    April 10, 2014

  • Abhilash

    Why do we prefixed machine learning ?

    April 10, 2014

  • MaryBeth

    Unfortunately I am unable to attend. Will look for the presentation to be posted(hopefully).

    April 10, 2014

  • Sang Shin J.

    Hi, This is Sang Shin. I won't make out today.
    But, there is another MARTA option at Midtown station. From Midtown MARTA station, you can take Tech trolley (runnging till 10:30pm). Here is the link for Tech trolley (http://pts.gatech.edu/ride/routes_schedules/Pages/TechTrolley.aspx) and there is nextbus.com to track Trolley. You can get off at Klaus building or next stop and then go to the Clough.

    1 · April 10, 2014

  • Travis T.

    The talk is in the Clough Center auditorium (Room 144). Park in visitor parking lot at Ferst & State. MARTA is an option but it is about a 14 min walk from North Ave station. I'll be taking Uber.

    1 · April 10, 2014

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