Mix 11 Machine Learning Session–Vote!

25 January 2011

Voting is now in progress for the user submitted Mix 11 Sessions! As you know, there was an open call issued. I submitted the following:

Session

It should be a lot of fun! I will definitely talk about the following things:

  1. Supervised vs. Unsupervised Learning
  2. Collaborative Filtering *NEW* (Can I use the blink tag here?)
  3. Visual Representations of Algorithms
  4. Etc.

I will also be couching this all in the context of a real life website! All of my previous presentations did not have this particular element. Specifically, we will actually use the models learned by the system to do some cool things!

To vote for my session, use this link: http://bit.ly/sethmix11. Thanks again!

As always, if there are any comments and/or questions, feel free to get a hold of me!

Seth Juarez
Email: sethj@devexpress.com
Twitter: @SethJuarez

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3 comment(s)
Steve Sharkey

Sounds really interesting but not something I have the budget to get to unfortunately. The college is at the planning stage of a long awaited re-write of the website, I wrote the winapp (with extensive use of DevEx controls) that feeds course information to the website. Directing users of the website to relevant courses (or courses that might be of interest without overwhelming them) is a big issue for us.

26 January, 2011
Seth Juarez (DevExpress)

Steve:

 Maybe I can do a demo on that! Great idea! Do you have data that I can use?

26 January, 2011
Steve Sharkey

Unbelievably no data at the moment - step 1! For one of the larger colleges in the UK we are a bit behind but then all the money seems to go to Universities rather than colleges so we are a little under resourced and over stretched.

28 January, 2011

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