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2020 Machine Learning Trends: A Look at Up-and-Coming Technology & Techniques

This technical discussion of what's to come in 2020 will take a closer look at the hottest topics in machine learning research, including:

- Active learning and semi-supervised learning
- Reproducibility in ML
- ...and much more

Three research scientists will discuss what they're most excited about as well as possible practical applications of ML research. This webinar will be presented by The Lab research team at Dataiku, which seeks to contribute to the academic machine learning community as well as develop tools to assist everyone on their data journey.
Recorded Jan 23 2020 29 mins
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    - Reproducibility in ML
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