• PM Tonight #2

    Rails Reactor

    Meetup Tonight and Rails Reactor are happy to announce an event on how to manage ML-based consumer product with 500M daily active users. The event should be of interest both for ML-engineers, and product managers. 👨‍💻Speaker: Anthony Johnson, CTO @ GIPHY Giphy - world's biggest GIF search engine with 500M daily active users. Anthony is going to talk about the different software and product strategies needed to keep a company growing at an exponential rate with a small team, with a focus on ML consumer products. Anthony will cover: - Risk management - How to define the product - How to ship - How a data-driven approach differs from the traditional one 📝 How to apply Participation is free. To apply, please use a chatbot: Telegram: https://telegram.me/meetup_tonight_bot Facebook https://m.me/2185752198329065 🎉 Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. 📌 Where and when PM Tonight #2 will take place on Tuesday, April 9th at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be delivered to registered participants no later than on Monday, April 8th. 📷 Photos of previous events AI Tonight #4 http://bit.ly/2C5nQ7f UX & Marketing Tonight http://bit.ly/2UmOlfM AI Tonight #3 http://bit.ly/2SKgKKX

  • ML Training #5

    Rails Reactor

    ***Registration is closed*** Hey guys! Ukrainian Data Science Club and Rails Reactor are happy to announce the next Machine Learning Training. 🤷‍♀️ Who will be interested? This training will be interesting to ML engineers and data scientists with practical experience. It might be complicated for guys without ML experience. Our Speakers: 👨‍💻 Dmitry Danevskyi - Airbus Ship Detection Challenge, 4th position Dmytriy will narrate on how he and his team succeeded to get the 4th position out of 900 teams at Airbus Ship Detection Challenge competition. Also, he’ll share how they managed to win the Speed Prize, which means their team developed the fastest algorithm without the quality loss. 👨‍💻 Igor Krashenyi - Humpback Whale Identification, 7th position Igor will cover how he and his team were applying triplets, key points, segmentation and other dark magic to get the 7th position out of 2100+ teams at Humpback Whale Identification competition, aimed at identifying whales by the tails. 👨‍💻 Oleg Yaroshevskyy - Quora Insincere Questions Classification, 19th position Oleg has almost become a solo gold winner at Kaggle Kernel competition. He’ll share his experience how to survive incredible shake-ups, and will describe peculiar characteristics of Kaggle kernel-only competitions as well as Text classification challenges. 📝 How to apply Participation is free. However, we have reached a maximum amount of seats. Registration is closed. 📌 Where and when ML Training #5 will take place on Saturday, April 6 at Rails Reactor. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be delivered to registered participants no later than on Thursday, April 4. 🎥 Online streaming The training will be broadcasted on Facebook and uploaded to Facebook and YouTube. Subscribe to this event to get a link to live stream. 📷 Photos of previous events AI Tonight #4 http://bit.ly/2C5nQ7f UX & Marketing Tonight http://bit.ly/2UmOlfM AI Tonight #3 http://bit.ly/2SKgKKX

  • AI Tonight #5

    Rails Reactor

    ***Registration is closed*** Rails Reactor is happy to announce the upcoming AI Tonight #5. As usual, there'll be room for acquiring new skills and for chilling out with DS buddies. SPEAKERS 👨‍💻 Andriy Lazorenko - Moving RL system to prod. Challenges along the way. Reinforcement learning: to do or not to do? How complex is building production pipelines with Reinforcement Learning? Andriy will answer these questions and will share his experience with RL on Raspberry. 👨‍💻 Artem Bachynskyi - ECG processing pipelines on steroids: how we replaced math models with ML. What's wrong with conventional mathematical approaches for electrocardiogram processing and how to efficiently replace them by machine learning algorithms improving quality of heart data analysis. 📝 How to apply Participation is free. However, we've reached the limit of available seats. The registration is closed. 🎉 Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. 📌 Where and when AI Tonight #5 will take place on Friday, March 22 at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be delivered to registered participants no later than on Thursday, March 21. 📷 Photos of previous events AI Tonight #4 http://bit.ly/2C5nQ7f UX & Marketing Tonight http://bit.ly/2UmOlfM AI Tonight #3 http://bit.ly/2SKgKKX

  • AI Tonight #4

    RailsReactor

    Rails Reactor is happy to announce the upcoming AI Tonight #3. As usual, there'll be room for acquiring new skills and for chilling out with DS buddies. SPEAKERS 👨‍💻 👨‍💻 Vitaliy Radchenko and Юля Гончаренко - Text and Image models interpretation We will tell you about text and image model interpretability technics based on standard approaches and specific model architectures. We will show real cases and how it helps us to understand errors also improve existing solutions. 👨‍💻 Ihor Kroosh - Building large-scale recommender systems: tips and tricks I will tell how we learned a semantic representation of gifs along with tips and tricks about building a large-scale recommender system for gifs at Giphy. 📝 How to apply Participation is free. To apply, please use a chatbot: Telegram: https://telegram.me/meetup_tonight_bot Facebook https://m.me/2185752198329065 🎉 Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. 📌 Where and when AI Tonight #4 will take place on Friday, Dec 14 at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be delivered to registered participants no later than on Thursday, Dec 13. 📷 Photos of previous events Google I/O extended - https://goo.gl/b8t8hU AI Tonight #3 - https://goo.gl/1v6cVH Design Tonight #3 - https://goo.gl/Z38QJf

  • UX & Marketing Tonight

    RailsReactor

    Rails Reactor is happy to announce an experimental UX & Marketing Tonight. This time we speak about User research, prototyping, behavioral patterns, and analytics. It will be interesting for UX designers, Product designers, Product Owners and Managers, Product Marketers, Digital Marketers. SPEAKERS 👩‍💻 Julia Storozhuk - Neurochemistry and design: addiction to digital products Design, psychology, and brain are interlaced. That’s why product designers should discover the neurochemical patterns of user behavior. Julia will shed a light on such topics as: - Evolution of the Brain - Happiness hormones and their effects - Shaping habits - Neurochemistry and addiction to digital products - A reason for a success or failure of products - And many more... 👨‍💻 Kirill Gorban - Out-of-the-box approaches to UX research and analytics Advancing UX hypothesis and decision making with proper analysis of internal and external data. Kirill will show approaches how to use Data science techniques in e-commerce to predict product demand and conversion rate. 📝 How to apply Participation is free. To apply, please use a chatbot: Telegram: https://telegram.me/meetup_tonight_bot Facebook https://m.me/2185752198329065 🎉 Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. 📌 Where and when UX & Marketing Tonight will take place on Friday, Nov 2 at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be delivered to registered participants no later than on Thursday, Nov 1st. 📷 Photos of previous events Google I/O extended - https://goo.gl/b8t8hU AI Tonight #3 - https://goo.gl/1v6cVH Design Tonight #2 - https://goo.gl/37kaZy

  • AI Tonight #3

    RailsReactor

    Rails Reactor is happy to announce the upcoming Artificial Intelligence Tonight #3. As usual, there'll be room for acquiring new skills and for chilling out with DS buddies. -> Speakers Topic 1 Igor Kostiuk - Fashion is my profession: AI on guard of your look 2.0 Papers and datasets overview, current challenges and tasks for AI in the fashion domain. Extended version. About Igor: 5+ years of machine learning / data science experience with a proven record of developing and implementing solutions that have significantly impacted business revenue and user experience in various domains, such as healthcare, visual arts, media and entertainment, and many others. My specialization is a deep learning. I'm highly interested in research projects with the reinforcement learning and computer vision directions. Currently working as a lead specialist at ELEKS and actively developing own projects. Topic 2 Michael Konstantinov - AI vs CAPTCHA: Life after Turing Test The history of the war of artificial and natural intelligence. Computer vision and natural language processing: neural network architectures against Google and Yandex. Evolution of protection against intellectual attacks. AI Zeno's paradox. The future of the Turing Test. About Michael Over 3 years of commercial experience in applying deep learning models. Strong skills in Google’s Deep Learning Framework - TensorFlow. Interested in Deep Architectures for Neural Machine Translation, CV, computer security in the field of artificial intelligence (attacks against public Turing test) Data Scientist, Deep Learning Specialist – ELEKS -> Participate Participation is free, in order to register please fill in the form https://goo.gl/forms/Zmh38GQQjdxMqx7G2 -> Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. -> Where and when AI Tonight #3 will take place on Friday, July 27th at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be emailed to registered participants on Thursday, July 26th. -> Photos of previous events Google I/O extended - https://goo.gl/b8t8hU JS Tonight #2 - https://goo.gl/S4utzP ML Training #3 - https://goo.gl/xX1nuV -> Stay tuned https://twitter.com/meetup_tonight telegram: t.me/tech_tonight

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  • Design Tonight #2

    RailsReactor

    Rails Reactor is happy to announce the upcoming Design Tonight #2. As usual, there'll be room for acquiring new knowledge and for chilling out with your best art buddies. -> Speakers 1. Maryna Shyshka - topic to be announced 2. Natalie Bokhonko - topic to be announced 3. Speaker to be announced -> Participate The participation is free. Please fill in the form to participate https://goo.gl/forms/Pv0ad3gvPIGS9VPz1 -> Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. -> Where and when Design Tonight #2 will take place on Friday, July 6th at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be emailed to registered participants on Thursday, July 5th. -> Photos of previous events ML Training #4 - https://goo.gl/usP8ex Google I/O extended - https://goo.gl/b8t8hU JS Tonight #2 - https://goo.gl/S4utzP -> Stay tuned https://twitter.com/meetup_tonight telegram: t.me/tech_tonight

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  • JS Tonight #3

    RailsReactor

    Rails Reactor is happy to announce the upcoming JavaScript Tonight #3. As usual, there'll be room for learning and for chilling out with your best JS buddies. -> Speakers Roman Senin - Serverless Underhood Kyrylo Vynogradov - Data Visualization with d3.js -> Participate To participate, please fill in the form https://goo.gl/forms/bDEvNdaVCoKYzE6B3 -> Afterparty As usual, we'll host the afterparty with foods, drinks, and smiles, with chilling vibes and lovely city sights. -> Where and when JS Tonight #3 will take place on Thursday, June 21st at Rails Reactor, its regular host and organizer. Detailed info on how to get to the place will be emailed to registered participants on Wednesday, June 20th. -> Photos of previous events Google I/O extended - https://goo.gl/b8t8hU JS Tonight #2 - https://goo.gl/S4utzP ML Training #3 - https://goo.gl/xX1nuV -> Stay tuned https://twitter.com/meetup_tonight telegram: t.me/tech_tonight

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  • Machine Learning Training #4

    RailsReactor

    Hey guys! Ukrainian Data Science Club and Rails Reactor are happy to announce the next Machine Learning Training. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements. What to expect from the upcoming training? -> Topic 1 Kaggle: Talking Data Ad Tracking Fraud Detection Challenge - by Dmitry Danevskyi and Konstantin Maksimov Our team of 6 (ppleskov kruegger johnpateha maksimovka yaroshevskiy ddanevskyi) has reached top 1% (8 of 3967). The goal was to predict app downloads. Some of the downloads were known to be fraudulent. We will tell about our approaches to feature generation, model selection and cover some of the ideas from the winning solutions. -> Topic 2 Kaggle: 2018 Data Science Bowl - by Glib Kechyn Glib with his team reached the 10th place and top 1% (10 of 3634) in 2018 Data Science Bowl competition. The community was challenged to create an algorithm to automate nucleus detection (image processing task to detect and segmented nucleus). Glib will tell about two most popular strategies for solving such kind of competition - MaskRCNN and Unet with watershed post-processing. -> Participation is free, registration required In order to participate please fulfill the registration form https://goo.gl/forms/WzIrEFeuM031wyq23 -> -> Who will be interested? This training will be interesting to ML engineers and data scientists with practical experience. It might be complicated for guys without ML experience. -> Online streaming The training will be broadcasted on Facebook and uploaded to Facebook and YouTube. Subscribe to this event to get a link to online training. -> Stay tuned Telegram: https://t.me/tech_tonight

  • Machine Learning Training #3

    RailsReactor

    • What we'll do Hey guys! Ukrainian Data Science Club and Rails Reactor are happy to announce the next Machine Learning Training. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements. What to expect from the upcoming training? -> Topic 1 Conquering the Data Science Hackaton (https://www.facebook.com/events/451000381985605): by UDSClub-Alpha team These UDSClub guys have secured the 1st place in a hackathon driven by ProZorro (state procurements domain) and are ready to share their insights about predicting the number of participants each Lot within the Tender would have, based on their initial descriptions. -> Topic 2 Igor Krashenyi - Kaggle: IEEE Signal Processing Society Igor with his team reached top 5 and top 2% (26 of 582) in IEEE Signal Processing Society. IEEE Signal Processing Society challenged to build an algorithm that identifies which camera model captured an image by using traces intrinsically left in the image. Igor will tell how important is you dataset size and how not to overfit during the competition. -> Topic 3 Alexander Zarichkovyi & Eugene Terpil - Kaggle: Toxic Comment Classification Challenge Our team has reached top 2% (63 of 4551). Toxic Comment Classification challenged to build an algorithm that classifies online comments and detect the threat of abuse and harassment. We will tell about our (data preprocessing, algorithms, evaluation, ensembling approaches) and overview competition winner's solutions. -> Participation is free, registration required In order to participate please fulfill the registration form https://goo.gl/forms/7kGnGS8AnyFpKVks1 -> Who will be interested? This training will be interesting to ML engineers and data scientists with practical experience. It might be complicated for guys without ML experience. -> Online streaming The training will be broadcasted on Facebook and uploaded to Facebook and YouTube. Subscribe to this event to get a link to online training. • What to bring • Important to know