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Neural Networks: What the hell is going on?
This talk is geared towards any developer that has copied and pasted neural net code, or taken neural net courses online, has seen it work and still has no idea what’s going on. At the next Skyway Software Symposium, we’ll have a conversation about the fundamentals of neural networks and then apply this skillset to solve big data problems. We discuss how developers can continue their machine learning education post meetup. You don’t have to know anything about neural nets in order to come away with a better understanding of what’s going on under the covers. About the Presenter: Luke Arrigoni is a software architect and machine learning engineer. He majored in Mathematics at Columbia University and has consulted with Creative Artist Agency, Sephora, Thomson Reuters, Stryker, UPS, InVision and others. His experience building successful machine learning programs span a variety of industries and problem sets. He’s a Minneapolis transplant, having moved here from New York City in 2016 and Los Angeles prior to that. When he’s not working, he keeps busy traveling with his wife and three kids, ages 7, 5 and 2. https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukearrigoni/ Please bring your ID, beer tickets provided for those 21+ with government issued ID. Pizza Luce will be provided for all.

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