21 February 2018

21 February 2018 | 18.30 to 20.30 | Google Campus Madrid

Designed by Wolfram data science experts, this workshop will provide an introduction to machine learning techniques illustrated with live dynamic examples using the Wolfram Language. The workshop will walk you step-by-step through the basics of machine learning methodologies and techniques and how to apply them using the Wolfram Language. Upon completion, you will come away with enough practical knowledge to immediately use the Wolfram Language for your own machine learning tasks on text, data or images, including supervised classification and prediction, unsupervised feature identification, sequence prediction and computer vision.

Who Should Attend?

  • Data scientists, data analysts, technologists
  • Software developers, engineers
  • Anyone with an interest in machine learning

About the Speaker

As a technical specialist at Wolfram, Mark Braithwaite delivers training courses and bespoke presentations in academic, educational and corporate settings. If he is not presenting or providing training, he can be found working on internal coding projects and fixing bugs.

Calle Moreno Nieto
2 Madrid
Spain 28005

If you have any questions, please contact Sally Smith at sally_smith@wolfram.com.