Special Session: Introduction to Machine Learning

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Join us at the end of September for special session taught by Stephen Scarbrough.

Agenda
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6:30 PM -- Networking & Food

7:00 PM -- Greetings

7:05 PM -- Introduction to Machine Learning - Stephen Scarbrough, CISSP, C|EH

8:45 PM - Closings and Prizes

Location
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Loyola University
8890 McGaw Road
Columbia, MD 21045

Directions
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Please proceed to the second floor upon entering.

Parking
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There is ample free parking surrounding the building.

Food and Drinks
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Complimentary food, such as pizza and chips, and beverages will be provided.

Talks
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Introduction to Machine Learning
Machine Learning continues its’ rise in the common day vernacular and is used anywhere from automating mundane tasks to offering intelligent insights across many industries. You may already be using a device that utilizes it. For example, a wearable fitness tracker like Fitbit, or an intelligent home assistant like Google Home. But there are much more examples of ML in use.
• Predictive Analysis
• Image recognition
• Speech Recognition
• Medical diagnoses
• Cyber Security
This session will cover an introduction to Machine Learning to include data modeling, supervised/ unsupervised learning and visualizations.

Speakers
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Stephen Scarbrough, CISSP, C|EH
Joined the US Navy in 1990 and retired after 20 years as a CTNC(SW/AW/NAC). Early career was as Tactical Communications operator onboard surface ships and aircraft. Begin Network Administration and Network Security in late1998. In 2005,
Joined the NSA/CSS Red/Blue Team for several years. In 2010 I retired and joined IntelliGenesis LLC in which I am a Senior SIGINT Development Analyst and currently the lead contractor for the National Cryptologic Schools DATA Curriculum, which include Data Science and Advanced Analytics Tradecraft mentoring.