A few weeks ago, machine learning & AI researchers, practitioners and students from Africa and around the world met at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, for the second annual Deep Learning Indaba, an event that aims to expand African participation in and contribution to the field. While I wasn’t able to make it to Cape Town, I did have a chance to speak with some of the event’s awesome speakers, and I’m excited to present our Deep Learning Indaba series.
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TWIML Presents: Deep Learning Indaba 2018
TWIML Talk #189Evaluating Model Explainability MethodsSara Hooker, Google Brain
TWIML Talk #190Learning Representations for Visual SearchNaila Murray, Naver Labs Europe
TWIML Talk #191Acoustic Word Embeddings for Low Resource Speech ProcessingHerman Kamper, Stellenbosch University
TWIML Talk #192AI Ethics, Strategic Decisioning and Game TheoryOsonde Osoba, RAND Corporation
TWIML Talk #193Advanced Reinforcement Learning & Data Science for Social ImpactVukosi Marivate, University of Pretoria