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IV Big Data Technology WARSAW Summit 2018 February 22nd 2018, Airport Hotel Okęcie, Warsaw http://bigdatatechwarsaw.eu/ We invite you all to join us on the conference – Big Data Tech Warsaw Summit 2018. It’s an exciting conference with purely technical talks in the field of Big Data analysis, scalability, storage and search. The conference is[…]
Abstract: Presenting the data story of a very complicated analysis of a financial insurance product, aimed at a non-financial, non-insurance audience. Bio: Statistician, Senior Manager in Financial Services in KPMG (has also been called software engineer, mathematician, data scientist, actuary, and quant, depending on the client). Has worked in a diamond factory, a graphic design[…]
Abstract: In a world where deep learning and other massively scalable perception machines are at our disposal, allowing us to build amazing applications, the time is now ripe to move beyond the concept of pure perception and into broader Artificial Intelligence (AI). The path towards AI goes through what’s missing in many applications today; Inference.[…]
Abstract: My Robot can learn – using Reinforcement Learning to teach my Robot A new star is rising at the machine learning horizon: reinforcement learning (RL). The concept entails an agent and an incentive-based training system. The agent learns via incentives and improves its behaviour – a self-learning system using simple rules – leading to[…]
Abstract: From Pokémon to Donald Trump – Mining and Visualizing weird stuff In his talk, Markus talks about extracting, analyzing and visualizing data from unusual sources. He will talk about two of his projects: First he’ll talk about using a Pokémon Go bot to gather and processing data on 250k spawns of Pokémon in Munich[…]
Abstract: Time series shootout – ARIMA vs. LSTM When it comes to time series forecasting, we usually resort to time-proven, reliable, strikingly elegant in her simplicity ARIMA. In R, with auto.arima, you can get a decent forecast in a single line of code. In a world where deep learning breaks new records almost every week (it seems), you[…]
Abstract: Transfer Learning for Fun and Profit Transfer learning is exciting because it unlocks solutions that weren’t feasible a few years ago. In fact, choices to compose from pre-trained models for computer vision tasks became abundant. In this talk, we will explore how to make these choices for image classification and feature extraction. The analysis is[…]
Abstract: Make hyperparameters great again While tuning hyperparameters of machine learning algorithms is computationally expensive, it also proves vital for improving their predictive performance. Methods for tuning range from manual search to more complex procedures like Bayesian optimization. This talk will demonstrate the latest methods for finding good hyperparameter-sets within a set period of time for[…]
Since we started our meetups in 2013 we have seen an impressive growth of our community. Although we already count more than 2000 members on our meetup-page, we welcome three new members every day, on average.
With the foundation of the club in 2015, we now aim at pushing the numbers even further, making Munich the #1 Data Science Location in Europe.
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Some people train dogs, some horses. I failed in training my cats, so I tried to start with some simpler things like computer systems.