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Machine Learning is perhaps the most powerful force in technology, and Python is perhaps the most popular language for doing it. This 2-day workshop helps students understand, build, and interpret machine learning models using the python ecosystem.
This workshop will introduce you to the most important machine learning concepts in a way that’s clear, accessible, and easy to put into action. With no assumed knowledge of Machine Learning, you’ll understand how to think about and interpret Machine Learning problems, and best practices for using the most popular machine learning techniques in a variety of domains.
It starts with the basics of Python’s major data science libraries (Numpy, Pandas, and SciKit Learn), and builds on these to help you implement state-of-the-art machine learning techniques on your own data.
Some familiarity with the core Python programming language is recommended from Introduction to Python Bootcamp or similar experience.
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Senior Consultant ,
Kevin Coyle is a data scientist and data science educator. As a Senior Consultant at Capgemini, he sits on the Data Science and AI team and works in the Telecom, Media, and Entertainment sector, creating AI engines that augment the decision making process for stakeholders at enterprise level companies, as well as creating forecasting solutions using a variety of statistical, machine learning, and deep learning models. As an educator, he loves helping students make the transition into the world of coding, data, and obsession with reading what's new on arxiv.org.
He's on a permanent mission to find the tastiest burrito that Los Angeles has to offer. When he's not caught tweaking hyper-parameters or drinking lots of coffee, he loves to spend time with his family outdoors: skiing, playing basketball, or perfecting his photography hobby.
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