Neural networks are really cool. I think people are interested in this
topic, the books on the topic you gave away at previous meetings went
hella fast. I'm totally interested, but am a total n00b to this topic,
anybody care to share who's doing this? Or is there a shortage of
people applying these techniques?
On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 1:42 AM, David Christian
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> Hi people,
> So I only know of a handful of people who use machine learning
> techniques in python (clustering, bayesian networks, neural networks),
> but that topic garnered the most amount of votes for the participatory
> python meeting. ?I'd love to have that be the next event, but I'm
> looking to hear from some people who are currently using these
> techniques and would be interested in hearing from others doing the
> If you use machine learning and do so using python, could you send me
> an email at [address removed]? ?(Don't just hit reply, I
> believe that will send to the group.)
> Thank you,
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