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Machine Learning for Non-Programmers

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Machine Learning for Non-Programmers

Time: September 26, 2019 from 8am to 9am
Location: Online
Website or Map: https://global.gotomeeting.co…
Phone: 07459468422
Event Type: machine, learning, -, technical, session
Organized By: Nagaraj Sengodan
Latest Activity: Sep 24

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Machine Learning for Non-Programmers
Thu, 26 Sep 2019 18:00 - 19:00 BST

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Speaker: 
Nagaraj Sengodan, Senior Manager - Data and Analytics - HCL Technologies

The word “Machine Learning” makes us think by default self-driving car, google assistant, alexa... These are actually all AI applications and most of us get confused with AI, ML and DL and assumed these are very complex. indeed it is a complex, but with recent tool and technological developments, it has made it easy.

Those who really want to learn ML, DL and AI, I would suggest simple theory of “Unlearn old ways”. It’s up to each individuals how they want to learn things and I suggest my own experience and I discovered that to be a better way to learn. Here I'll explain how easy it is now to learn ML once you understand ML and it's not complex to learn DL and AI. Since this session going to very limited time of 60 minutes, I will attempt to discuss the basics of starting ML and the available tools that can help us build without having to write code. We will cover:

  • Basics of Machine Learning
  • Types of Machine Learning Models
  • Available Tools and Technique
  • Gets your hand dirty by Not Writing code

Recording and presentation will be posted to github and share with you after the webinar.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/874210701

 

 

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Comment by Nagaraj Sengodan on September 23, 2019 at 11:32pm

Hello All - Excuses as I messed up with the time zone. i intended to set 1800BST which is common time but it  took PDT time (which i wasn't aware) shown different time. i just realized and updated now correct time and change the date to 26th as its short notice most of them who are interested join.

 

Apologies and thank you all.

 

-S Nagaraj

Comment by Nagaraj Sengodan on September 7, 2019 at 9:15am

Due to some official travel, i couldn't make it on 9th. hence pushing it to 24th Sep apologies for inconvenience.

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