Within the worlds of artificial intelligence and machine learning, deep learning is where a continual stream of the most exciting advancements are being made - it is amazing AI that works today.
The monthly Atlanta Deep Learning Meetup, in partnership with the Georgia Tech Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) (http://atdc.org) and other sponsors, has become the THE place in Atlanta to plug into the community surrounding this leading-edge data science technology. We welcome all participants, from deep learning experts to business people who are AI novices, and it's free to attend.
This month, Reza Katebi presents:
Reza demonstrates how Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) work, and how to implement them. He will teach us how a game theory idea turned into an AI algorithm that can fake images so well that they can fool humans. Then we will learn how to implement a simple GAN using Pytorch, Tensorflow, and a Jupyter Notebook with the MNIST dataset. Feel free to bring your laptop with Pytorch, Tensorflow, and Jupyter Notebook installed, if you want to follow along with Reza's demo.
Come join us Monday, November 12th at 6:30pm EDT at ATDC, in the Community Room on the 2nd floor of the Centergy Building. There is convenient parking in the adjacent Centergy Parking Deck (Google Maps).
Attendees are required to sign in using their real name and email address to be admitted. Personal information is never shared with other parties though.
Attendees will also be invited to join our exclusive private Slack community, which is where our AI conversations occur between monthly meetups.
Spend the evening expanding your AI horizons. We guarantee you will leave inspired.