Interested in machine learning? Are you a producer or consumer of machine learning algorithms? Do you have a problem that you think machine learning might solve?
The Illinois Informatics Institute will be hosting a weekly series of informal meetings to discuss machine learning related topics. The meetings will be held on Wednesdays from noon to 1 PM. The first meeting will take place this Wednesday, December 5th at the NCSA building room 2100.
David Tcheng and Boris Capitanu, from I3’s Automated Learning Group (ALG) will be running the meetings. All University faculty staff and students are invited to attend. Feel free to bring food and drinks for yourself and others.
The meetings will start with a short (10 min) presentation of someone’s machine learning work followed by open ended discussion. For the first meeting, David Tcheng will present his latest machine learning research on analyzing gene expression data to discovering cancer subtypes using a high performance GPU based clustering algorithm.