Ethical Concerns of Deep Learning | Sp18 ML@B Workshop Series
Where: Wozniak Lounge
Live Counter: 11 going | 94 interested
Machine Learning is taking the world by storm, and some people think that it means robots are taking over the world. Fear not for this is probably not happening anytime soon! However, we should also talk about the ethical concerns that come up as a result of this technology, as there are still a lot of questions to be answered for Big Data and ML, especially with more and more recent concerning examples like Facebook Data Scandal and how Uber’s self driving car hit a woman, and that's just the beginning.
Machine Learning at Berkeley is proud to present the Ethical Concerns of Deep Learning workshop, as a part of our Sp18 Workshop Series. You can find the full list of workshops that we offer at ml.berkeley.edu/workshops.
In this workshop, we will be presenting a seminar style talk to dive deep into various ethical concerns and questions that plague the machine learning world today. Prior machine learning is NOT necessary as we will do a very brief background on the topic at the beginning of the talk, so EVERYONE is welcome!See on Facebook >
Intro to Deep Learning | Sp18 ML@B Workshop Series
Where: HP Auditorium
Live Counter: 24 going | 193 interested
Are you interested in learning what's the machinery behind the Deep Learning hype? Come to ML@B's Intro to Deep Learning Workshop!
We will teach you how neural networks work and how to use them through hands-on demos. The workshop is structured so that you have enough knowledge to get the most out of our future workshops.
You can find the full list at ml.berkeley.edu/workshops. Although no strict prerequisites, knowledge of Python and multivariable calculus will be helpful.
This workshop will be hosted four times on January 24, February 13, March 6, and April 4 respectively at HP Auditorium at 8PM. You only need to attend one of them.See on Facebook >
Intro to Natural Language Processing | Sp18 ML@B Workshop Series
Where: Wozniak Lounge
22 people came
Want to know the recent advances in the field of natural language processing (NLP)? Interested in learning common NLP methods and getting some hands-on experience? Or simply want to learn about what NLP is and how NLP ties into other machine learning tasks?
Machine Learning at Berkeley is proud to present the Intro to Natural Language Processing workshop, as a part of our Sp18 Workshop Series. You can find the full list of workshops that we offer at ml.berkeley.edu/workshops.
In this workshop, we will cover the basics of NLP, where it is useful, and how it's applied in an assortment of text-based machine learning problems.
We recommend installing Python 3 and NLTK prior to the event. You can find the installation instructions here: (1) Python3: https://www.python.org/downloads/ (2) NLTK http://www.nltk.org/install.htmlSee on Facebook >