ITKAN October 2021 Meeting | Machine Learning by Example | A night time city scape overlaid by blue light streaks | The ITKAN circuit tree logo in the lower left

October 2021 Meeting – Machine Learning by Example, Reprise

Register for the October 14 meeting.

Join us as SPR’s Chief Architect, Pat Ryan, reprises his February presentation on the topic of Machine Learning. He’ll show some interactive examples of how to apply it while he explains the what’s and why’s of the technology. No programming skills are required.

After a general overview, Pat will cover the following topics:

  • Autonomous driving
  • A “The Titanic” survival simulation
  • Image categorization
  • Facial recognition
  • Pose detection (*New Addition*)

DATE AND TIME
Thu, October 14, 2021
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM CDT

LOCATION
On-line

Pat Ryan: Pat Ryan likes to work on problems that matter. He applies software tools and techniques to the problems we have around us, with the goal of making the world a better place because of it. At SPR, Pat works closely with clients to understand their needs and craft solutions to help make them more successful. He also work directly with various engineering talents to pull together highly functioning teams. Pat is a player-manager. That means, he stays current with as many technologies as possible so he can understand and empathize when a team is struggling, and help them at a very concrete level. Pat continually builds his knowledge by reading technical books, attending classes, and coding something every day. Pat’s career has seen it all – from managing teams, to building a company from the ground up, to dreaming up software and devices that have gone on to solve client problems.

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