For this meetup, we are doing our annual recap of some of the latest papers, techniques, and fields of research that are delivering state of the art results in a number of fields. We will be talking about some of the key papers we have seen at recent conferences and how they fit together to show some interesting advances in Deep Learning.
This month's event is aimed more at Deep Learning than TensorFlow in particular. If you are new to TensorFlow and would like to learn the basics we are running a number of TensorFlow Study Jam sessions over the next few months. Once they are confirmed we will announce those here too.
We will add some more details over the next day or two.
Talks will start at 7:00pm and end at around 9:00pm, at which point people normally come up to the front for a bit of a chat with each other, and the speakers.
HEALTHY AND SAFETY
With the growing number of Coronavirus cases diagnosed in Singapore, we would like to request participants who visited Mainland China from January 14 onward and those who are feeling unwell to consider not attending the event. This is to ensure that we protect our fellow participants.
As always, we're actively looking for more speakers - both '30 minutes long-form', and lightning talks. For the lightning talks, we welcome folks to come and talk about something cool they've done with TensorFlow and/or Deep Learning for 5-10mins (so, if you have slides, then #max=10). We believe that the key ingredient for the success of a Lightning Talk is simply the cool/interesting factor. It doesn't matter whether you're an expert or and enthusiastic beginner: Given the responses we have had, we're sure there are lots of people who would be interested to hear what you've been playing with. Please suggest yourself here :