Angie Ma (ASI), Marc Warner, Andrew Brookes, Anjali Samani, Alessandra Staglianò (The ASI), Ken Williams (The ASI), Mehasan Niranjan, Elena Chatzimichali
9:00 Wednesday, 06 May 2015
9:00 Thursday, 07 May 2015
Location: Hilton Meeting Room 3-6
In this course, you will:
This intensive two day course will provide you with a condensed introduction to the key concepts and techniques of machine learning. It will allow you to know what is and is not possible with these exciting new tools, and understand how they can benefit your organisation. It will give you the language and framework to talk to both experts and executives.
The course has a strong focus on gaining practical hands-on experience implementing sophisticated algorithms and building predictive models on real datasets. Importantly, you will also learn to evaluate the validity of the model and identify spurious findings. By the end of the two days, you will be ready to implement the algorithms on your own data, and immediately generate value. Finally, you will get a taste of the cutting edge techniques used at the likes of Google, Facebook and Amazon, and guidance on how to further develop your skills.
Probability Theory Basics
Where To Go From Here...
Ultimately, you will acquire a working knowledge of practical machine learning a set of tools to go away and work on your data.
Machine learning novices
Attendance is limited to 35 participants.
ASI is a London-based leader in advanced analytics, data strategy, data science and data engineering. We work with our clients to provide bespoke data science training and consulting. In addition, we run a data science fellowship programme for PhDs, where our clients can access the brightest minds for their short term data innovation projects. Our key focus is to help our clients gain competitive advantage by harnessing the power in their existing and untapped data. We enable organisations to become more data driven.
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