I love my University of Texas in Dallas MIS Club audience! I started with running videos of main events in data science and AI history since the ’60s. I never imagined that I would show Charlie Chaplin in the 80s IBM PC commercial or talk about the first desktop computer of the 60s, the Olivetti Programma 1, but I did :). I then spoke on how Python programming is a standard instrument for data scientists. I promoted Jupyter Labs over Jupyter Notebooks and encouraged the audience to leverage cloud notebooks using Google Collab. Then we went onto the cool stuff that I prepared for the event. I showcased my quick and easy implementation of building a Twitter sentiment analysis product with Python, Tweepy APIs, Django, Google Cloud NLP, and Docker containers. I then walked the audience through building a production-ready customer reviews rating model in less than 4 hours using Google AutoML for language processing and a Kaggle dataset, I found through Google’s new dataset search engine. After deploying a pre-trained neural network model for object detection, we had fun recognizing objects in the auditorium with an Amazon DeepLens camera. Time went so fast when it was all love for computers. #loveoflearning
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