Machine Learning Symposium
- 19 March 2018 at 9:00 am – 19 March 2018 at 5:30 pm
- National Centre for Synchrotron Science
- 800 Blackburn Road, Clayton VIC 3168
- Open to:
- The public
- Register here:
- Art, Design and Architecture; Business and Economics; Medicine, Nursing, Health Science; General
The capability to develop computer programs that learn through experience, using techniques such as deep neural networks, has generated significant interest across a wide range of fields, including medicine, biology, engineering, astronomy, economics, and law.
The Machine Learning Symposium is a one-day applied Artificial Intelligence event to hear how researchers are applying machine learning techniques in their research. The day will include a broad range of participants, that includes both:
- machine learning experts and practitioners; and
- researchers and data scientists with an interest in applying ML techniques.
The Machine Learning Symposium will be applications-focused, and cover applications of ML to topics such as natural language processing, human-computer interaction, computer vision and robotics, medical imaging, financial and economics modelling and big data processing, as well as the state-of-the-art computing infrastructure that underpins these efforts.
- Jason Rigby
- Monash eResearch Centre