Starting a Machine Learning/ Deep Learning Workshop

(Daniel Paulus) #1

Hi everyone! I got some experience in the field and am currently thinking about teaching
beginner to intermediate level courses about general machine learning and or deep learning in Berlin :slight_smile:

Is anyone interested in this except for myself? :smile:

Iโ€™d love to hear your feedback on this.

(giorgia) #2

I would love to come as learner :slight_smile:


I would love to be a learner

(Chiara) #4

There is definitely demand for this! Machine learning meetups (the practical ones) are always packed, regardless of experience level.

Are you thinking about single workshops, or recurring meetups? Also, what programming language would you deliver the trainings in?

I could be a coach or a learner, depending on the difficulty/topic :stuck_out_tongue:

(Daniel Paulus) #5

Hi there! Thatโ€™s pretty cool to know :slight_smile:

Well I think Python is the obvious choice for a start. Iโ€™d teach a few courses about classic Machine Learning algorithms like decision trees, SVMs, neural nets and which problems you can solve with them.

It really depends on how interested everyone is in this and what level of experience people have. I could imagine
f. ex. a workshop to build an Android app that uses Tensorflow to do some basic image recognition later.

So how, do I start? If we could get into contact (phone, videochat or whatever) Iโ€™d be happy to get some more details.

(Chiara) #6

Feel free to drop by the Python Co-Learning one of the next times :slight_smile:

(ellen) #7

Hey @Daniel_Paulus,

did you get started on this one? I think this would be a super cool workshop, and as a Data Scientist, I would love to attend as either a coach or learner. I also have some experience organizing workshops with OTS, so if you have questions, Iโ€™d be happy to help out.