This coming Wednesday evening, we will be having the 11th Paris Machine Learning Meetup. This is one meetup before last for Season 1. Criteo will be hosting us and we currently expect about three presentations, two of which will be remote. Franck and I will talk about the big surprise for the last meetup (meetup#12) and our plans for Season 2. If you want to be part of the 840+ members of the group, register here. Here are the speakers with a short abstract of their presentations:
Title -- SPARFA: Sparse Factor Analysis for Learning and Content Analytics.
Abstract: We develop SPARFA and its various extensions, a set of models and algorithms for machine-learning-based personalized education.
Title -- Learning to Interact
Abstract -- Understanding the subtle connection between correlation and causation is critical for engineers building online systems that interact with users.
Title -- Object and action recognition with Convolutional Neural Networks.
Abstract -- We show how image representations learned with CNNs on large-scale annotated datasets can be efﬁciently transferred to other visual recognition tasks with limited amount of training data.
We will also have alightning talk:
+ Louis Dorard , Les API de prédiction
Abstract: Les API de prédiction abstraient une grande partie de la complexité liée à la construction de modèles prédictifs et à leur déploiement. Elles présentent de nombreux avantages pour ceux qui débutent dans le Machine Learning, mais aussi pour les "aficionados".
All the archives are here at http://nuit-blanche.blogspot.com/p/paris-based-meetups-on-machine-learning.html while the associated LinkedIn group is here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=6400776
We will probably have a Google Hangout for those who cannot make it, more details to follow.
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