What we're about

Who we are:

The Machine Learning Society (http://www.Innovation-labs.co) is a global community of Data + Scientists, Engineers, and Artificial Intelligence experts committed to advancing innovations in Science, Technology and Culture. Our community consists of 5000 members worldwide, 200+ volunteers and 4 volunteer organized chapters in:

San Diego | New York | Boston | Bay Area

Our Vision:

We believe that engineering a collaborative global Data+Science culture is the first necessary step towards igniting the Computational Renaissance. The coming wave of innovation will demand that as a species, we re-imagine every human system and its design. Some systems will naturally evolve, while others will be replaced entirely by innovative designers, creative thinkers and social architects. We imagine a world with: higher yielding crops, efficient solar panels, intelligent healthcare, equal education and nutritional opportunities, and a global network of smart cities that live and breath through technology. Join our mission, by following our community and inviting your most respected peers to help turn this vision into a reality together.

What we do:

We host a variety of community building events designed to educate, engage, and inspire our community to push the boundaries of Artificial Intelligence research and application. We provide our members with Free resources for learning, networking, and career advancement opportunities by offering the following community services:

Our Events:

• Kaggle Competition | AI Study Group

• The Academy: Computational Science talk show

• ML Show & Tell - Panel Discussions

• Hikes with a Data Scientist

• Hackathons

Learn more about MLS Initiatives at http://www.Innovation-labs.co

Upcoming events (1)

Mathematics Debate Night: Bayesians vs Frequentists
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On September X, we are bringing the brightest minds in San Diego together to discuss probability. We all know that Mathematics is absolute and undebatable right? Not in this case. The Machine Learning Society is organizing a fun and informative debate night for Mathematicians by Mathematicians. Let's hear their arguments for why one approach is more rigorous than the other and take votes in the end to see how many minds were swayed by elegant proofs. Bring your mathematician friends & professors to enjoy this fun evening together. Debaters: Frequentist team(1 UCSD & 1 SDSU professor) Bayesian team(1 UCSD & 1 SDSU professor) If you have any recommended debaters please email [masked] “There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data sets.” Community Links Visit MLsociety.com (http://www.mlsociety.com/) to learn more about our mission. If you wish to Volunteer to help plan and execute this event. Please fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/X7I6ZMeGMu8PXVYA3) and join our next Volunteer meeting (https://www.meetup.com/machine-learning-society-sd/events/242420810/). Don't forget to follow us on: • Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MachineLearningSociety/) • YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCC6fnmCczlk9Y00Kca1Cjg) • LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/machine-learning-society) • Twitter (https://twitter.com/ML_Society)

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