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Introduction to Bayesian Inference and Statistical Learning
Come take a journey into the subject that led me to Clojure. Whether it is spam filters, Siri or even self driving cars, statistical learning has changed the way we view and interact with the machines around us. In this talk, we will look at the simple mathematics that makes up much of the practical AI you interact with every day. We will walk through the basics and find out exactly what it takes to teach a computer the English language.
Ben Kyrlach is going to speak
Dispelling myths about types…
Jason Voegele will be speaking on “Dialyzer: Optimistic Type Checking for Erlang and Elixir”‘
We will be sharing the holiday cheer with a potluck.
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Carin Meier will talk on:
How to Train Your Computer to Talk To You
Every day brings a new story or movie about how the future will be ruled by Artificial Intelligence. How far are we away from discovering Skynet anyway? This talk will take us on a mini adventure in AI and machine learning with Clojure. We’ll take a look at something that is pretty easy for humans to do: telling the difference between a question, statement, or an LOL in some chat text. What seems deceptively easy, becomes a bit harder when you take away punctuation marks. We’ll soon find ourselves on the twisty road of natural language processing, machine learning, and Clojure proto chat bots.
Creighton will be talking on:
Our Immutable World – A deep dive into persistent data structures.
Have you ever wondered what a persistent data structure is or how it works? Have you ever wondered why people use them? In this talk we will take a close look at some of the most common persistent data structures and how the use of them affects how we code.