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Deep Dive into TensorFlow

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Agenda:

6:30 - Doors open. Networking. Members meet each other. Pizza and beer

7:00 - CUDA and TensorFlow using OS X by Keith Davis and Michael Beigelmacher

7:45 - Q&A break. 

8:00 - Training your own image classifier with Tensorflow by Scott Thompson

8:20 - Q&A break 

8:40 - Wrap-up.

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CUDA and TensorFlow using OS X by Keith Davis and Michael Beigelmacher

During this presentation you will learn how to install the CUDA toolkit on OS X and use it with TensorFlow, and then use the toolkit to train a photo geolocation model using convolutional neural networks.

Speakers:

Keith Davis, Consumer Intelligence & Analytics @ Condé Nast. Keith graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Keith was first exposed to predictive modeling and machine learning at RPI while studying traffic flow patterns. 

Michael Beigelmacher is an aspiring data scientist who learned about TensorFlow while exploring alternatives to other ML libraries. When he isn't involved with independent projects or working as a math and physics tutor, he enjoys running and cooking. He holds a a degree in mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Training your own image classifier with Tensorflow by Scott Thompson, Software Engineer at KONTOR

The demo is a visual search engine for Gilt.

Scott Thompson is a full stack engineer but enjoys focusing on large scale data mining, predictions and recommendations. He is particularly focused on scala, clojure and clojurescript applications.


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