[Apr Meetup] Getting Started With TensorFlowJS + #TFDevSummit Recap

Mon, Apr 2, 2018, 4:00 PM (EDT)

About this event

SPECIAL SESSION: Machine Learning Study Group
4:00pm Doors Open

Interested in Machine Learning but don't know where to start? Bring your laptop (and headphones) and join us for a quiet 2 hour self-study session in a group setting. We'll explore Google's new Machine Learning Crash Course (https://ai.google/education).

Bring headphones and be ready to work through the content at your own pace. You can get a sense of the course curriculum at https://developers.google.com/machine-learning/crash-course/ml-intro

REGULAR MEETUP: TensorFlow.js & TFDevSummit
Doors Open

TensorFlow DevSummit Recap (Speaker: Nitya)
The annual TensorFlow Developer Summit took place on March 30, 2018 in Mountain View. It covered new advances in machine learning research plus release announcements for new tools or features for ML developers. We'll do a quick review of the key announcements from the event. All talks were recorded and can be viewed online.

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQY2H8rRoyvxjVx3zfw4vA4cvlKogyLNN
Article: https://medium.com/tensorflow/highlights-from-tensorflow-developer-summit-2018-cd86615714b2

Getting Started With TensorFlow.js (Speaker: Joshua Gordon, Google Developer Advocate for TensorFlow)

TensorFlow.js is an open-source library you can use to define, train, and run machine learning models entirely in the browser, using Javascript and a high-level layers API! It *just* launched on March 30th. In this one hour block, Josh will give a quick, 10 minute talk introducing the software, then we'll work on coding our first webpage that uses ML together. PLEASE BRING YOUR LAPTOPS and let's dive in!

To learn more about TensorFlow.js, you can see this article: https://goo.gl/pYMU7V

Lightning Talks & Discussion

"What's new in Google Assistant?"
(Speaker: Allen Firstenberg, GDE)

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