This Meetup is a collaboration between AI IL and Big Thing.
18:00 - 18:30 - Mingling
18:30 - 19:15 - The mechanics of Deep Learning - the Engineer version - Yosi Taguri @ Missing Link AI
19:15 - 20:00 - The Race for AI: Deep Reinforcement Learning - Yam Peleg @ Deep Trading
Title: The mechanics of Deep Learning - the Engineer version - Yosi Taguri @ Missing Link AI
Deep Learning is a super power for engineers who master it. It allows to solve complex and abstract problems that were the domain of Data Scientist and PhD's who'd spent years in academia. In this session we'll understand the mechanics behind Deep Learning and what makes them so powerful. By the end of this session you will be able to build your own Neural Network and start to explore a super power you didn't know you have.
A developer since the age of 11 when computers had 8 bits and less than 64k of memory.
Passionate about People and Technology. For the past 25 years he has developed software on a wide range of technologies and devices. He is a frequent speaker on several events ranging from Marketing to Technical conferences.
Started developing software at the age of 11 and sold his first program at the age of 14.
Title: The Race for AI: Deep Reinforcement Learning - Yam Peleg @ Deep Trading
You may have noticed that computers can now automatically learn to play ATARI games and they are beating world champions at Go. All of these advances and some of the future ones will fall under the umbrella of Deep Reinforcement Learning, The art of training and AI model based on positive and negative reinforcements.
In this tutorial we will review and learn about Deep Reinforcement Learning, from the pioneering research of the fields to hands on demos live.
Yam Peleg is the founder of Deep Trading ltd. He was a quantitative high frequency trader for more than four years and deep trading is his second startup. He is also a major contributor to the python community and one of the contributors of Keras - the leading deep learning code base, who spoke at python conferences around the world, including PyCon, PyData ,SciPy and more.