Last Thursday we presented “Applied AI/ML in the Workplace – Geek Food for Thought” at the University of Texas in Austin Computer Science department. Thomson Reuters is one of the Friends of the University of Texas at Austin that gives students an excellent opportunity to engage with the industry and learn more about companies that […]
Looking forward to presenting “Applied AI/ML in the Workplace – From Labs to Product, Real Use Cases at Thomson Reuters” at The University of Texas at Austin computer science department tomorrow. We will highlight some cool products that recently came out of the Thomson Reuters Labs and showcase how easy, beneficial, and cheaper nowadays for […]
Update: Link to the presentation via DropBox Note: you need to download the presentation and turn it into presentation mode to access the videos. Also, GitHub link for Sentiment-Tweets and GitHub link for AutoML Course Reviews I love my University of Texas in Dallas MIS Club audience! I started with running videos of key events in the history of […]
YouTube recording of a presentation I gave earlier this year (check previous post). In the session, I discussed my passion in the field of computers and showcased various machine learning techniques and applications using Google AIY using Raspberry Pi, Google Collab, and even a neural network on a Commodore 64.
Whenever I ask a bilingual (English + another language) students or professionals working on machine learning or artificial intelligence if they considered doing a project in AI for their nonEnglish mother tongues language, such as Hindi or Spanish or Arabic, they look at me puzzled and surprised. Yes, there are a lot of publications on […]