Are you a software engineer/developer looking to learn more about machine learning? On Tuesday, July 10th, join experts from the Triangle’s top machine learning company, Infinia ML, and Duke University’s machine learning lab for an intense bootcamp built specifically for you.
After just three hours, you’ll walk away with a foundational understanding of deep learning, an intro to the popular ML library TensorFlow, and practical advice for building software products with machine learning.
We’ll be in The Classroom at The Frontier, a co-working space in Research Triangle Park. You’ll find plenty of parking at the building, and most people inside should know where The Classroom is.
2:00 – 2:05
Welcome + Agenda Overview (David Rasch, Infinia ML)
2:05 – 2:45
Introduction to Deep Learning (Larry Carin, Duke University)
2:45 – 3:15
Life as an ML Engineer: Demystifying the Jargon and Making It Work (David Rasch, Infinia ML)
3:15 – 3:25
3:25 – 4:25
Introduction to TensorFlow for Engineers +Hands-on TensorFlow Tutorial (Kevin Liang, Duke University)
4:25 – 4:50
Engineering Lightning Round: Engineers from Infinia ML share insights about supporting data scientists, security, and more.
4:50 – 5:00
What Comes Next: The Machine Learning Opportunity Ahead (Robbie Allen, Infinia ML)
What To Bring
– A laptop
– An open mind
– A (reasonable) appetite – we’ll be providing some snacks!
Larry Carin, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University.
One of the world’s most widely-published machine learning researchers, Dr. Carin is Duke’s Vice Provost for Research and Chief Scientist at Infinia ML.
Robbie Allen, CEO, Infinia ML. Robbie is the founder and Executive Chairman of Automated Insights, an AI company which was acquired by Vista Equity Partners. He is also a former Distinguished Engineer at Cisco.
David Rasch, Director of Engineering, Infinia ML. David served as both CTO and Chief Architect at email marketing company iContact. He went on to launch the data science team at the musician platform ReverbNation and helped to reboot the technology teams at 3 Birds Marketing, which serves the auto industry.
Kevin Liang, PhD Student, Duke University. Kevin studies in the Carin lab, with research interests in deep learning, computer vision, and generative models. Currently an intern at Infinia ML, he’s also previously interned at Microsoft and Google.