ATOM is meeting on Tuesday, August 29th, 6:30pm, at Galvanize!
Join us for a highly participative discussion ! This time, we'll be broadly discussing machine learning in computer vision. Kendall Reid (Iunu) will be leading a discussion on methods in computer vision and image processing; feel free to browse this blog (http://www.pyimagesearch.com/) for ideas. Also highly recommended is this course on convolutional neural networks (http://cs231n.stanford.edu/) from Stanford.
Advanced Topics on Machine learning ( ATOM ) is a learning and discussion group for cutting-edge machine learning techniques in the real world. We work through winning Kaggle competition entries or real-world ML projects, learning from those who have successfully applied sophisticated data science pipelines to complex problems.
As a discussion group, we strongly encourage participation, so be sure to read up about the topic of conversation beforehand !
ATOM can be found on PuPPy’s Slack under the channel #atom, and on PuPPy’s Meetup.com events.
We're kindly hosted by Galvanize. Thank you !