What we're about

We are a self-organizing, deep learning project group. Join out slack: http://slack.seattledeeplearning.com/

We are open to beginners and experts who are motivated to learn and build. Our members have a wide range of backgrounds in the tech field. You can join a subgroup or simply be a passive observer.

If you're interested in giving a presentation, please send a message to the organizers!

Upcoming events (1)

3-day Conference 2023 at Microsoft HQ 🚀 NumFOCUS - PyData Seattle 2023

Microsoft Conference Center

The team at NumFOCUS will be hosting PyData Seattle conference 2023 April 26-28 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond a 1000 in-person attendees https://pydata.org/seattle2023/ We are excited that this event is returning to Puget Sound after the pandemic caused a longer hiatus than any of us hoped for.

Get 10% members discount HERE: 💟

The conference is currently accepting Diversity Scholarship applications. Please share these opportunities for speaking and attending with your colleagues and students.

One of PyData's goals is to increase awareness and excitement around opportunities for underrepresented groups in software engineering and data analytics. If you believe you fall into this category and would not otherwise be able to attend, consider applying! Diversity Scholarship Applications are due 2/21 and can be submitted here. 💟

🌼 PyData is organized by, and all proceeds benefit NumFOCUS, a US 501(c)(3) public charity. Proceeds are used for the continued development of open-source tools used by data scientists and the advancement of the NumFOCUS mission to promote sustainable high-level programming languages, open code development, and reproducible scientific research. NumFOCUS supports and promotes world-class, innovative, open source scientific computing projects including: Pandas, Numpy, Sympy, IPython, Jupyter, Matplotlib, R and Julia.

More information about the conference and to find tickets you can visit https://pydata.org/seattle2023/.

We would love to see representation from the Open Source Seattle Spark+AI community and welcome you all to submit a CFP or join the event as an attendee. If you have any questions please address pydataseattle @ (gmail).com. Thank you for sharing this information and helping us spread the word! 🌎 💕

Past events (72)

Why You Need Synthetic Data - Michael Galarnyk, Parallel Domain

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