Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Technologies
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Technologies
The Global AI Bootcamp is a free one-day event organised by local communities all over the world that are passionate about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning on the Microsoft stack.
This one is the Brisbane edition!
Register only if you are going to attend the event, this will help to organise logistics and avoid problems such as food waste.
Limited Number of Seats for the Workshop.
The workshop will start after the keynote in the third floor, check-in is in the second floor.
Courtney Haley will be delivering this workshop.
Global AI Bootcamp Keynote and Welcome to the event
How can we use AI and Machine Learning features to transform the way we work? With AI set to drive major change in a variety of industries throughout the world, the time has never been better to evaluate how we run our organisations and how we can use technology to do this better. In this presentation, we will explore and address the impacts of AI and new technologies on business as we know it and take a closer look at some new ways and ideas to apply AI and new technologies to make traditional businesses more effective.
Hailing from the US’s Silicon Valley, Matthew is a technology strategist, advisor, and co-founder with passions and interest for how the rapid advances in technology are changing and evolving the ways in which we do business, communicate, and live. Having advised organisations large, small, and everywhere in-between, Matthew brings a unique perspective on how to […]
Learn about a ground-breaking project, weaving together Indigenous knowledge, scientific research and artificial intelligence into a pioneering and adaptive co-management solution, creating a new framework for the way the world’s Indigenous communities can protect the environment and preserve biodiversity.
Kris is a Machine Learning Engineer at Microsoft, who is passionate about helping others learn and use Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence in Azure.
I architect and code scalable machine learning pipelines for fast and slow data from edge to cloud and conduct bespoke machine learning analysis.
Coffee Break & Networking Morning
IoT has started to gain traction in the last few years. Still, the initial premise was to collect device measurements or telemetry and submit them for offline analysis on another machine or on the cloud. With the introduction of devices like NVIDIA Jetson, Google Coral and Intel neural compute stick; devices have now enough power to do advanced analytics without the dependency on the cloud or even an internet connection. This has several benefits related to latency, security and overall solution cost. In this demo-rich session, we'll see how to do AI on edge devices using Azure IoT Edge platform. You will learn how to bring your own models or open source ones and run them on the device. Sync-ing data whether it's raw data or prediction results to a reporting dashboard is a very common use case that we will explore as well. By the end of the session, you will be ready to get started building your own smart IoT solutions.
Yousry is a senior developer working for Telstra Purple. He is very passionate about all things data including Big Data, Machine Learning and Business Intelligence. He currently works with a big data team enjoying the experience of developing data pipelines, operating big data clusters and eventually finding the needle in the haystack.https://medium.com/@ylashin
Operationalization of AI - Scaling ML efforts from Experimentation to Business impact
I have been with Microsoft for 13 years as a TAM, Service Management PFE and for the last 2 years a PM in the FastTrack for Azure team. Prior to Microsoft, I spent 9 years with Compaq/HP as a hardware engineer and a Systems trainer.
Lunch & Networking
Do you want to try machine learning, but don't want to invest too much time learning a new programming language or some other complicated API? Microsoft recently launched ML.NET 1.4 which is a great entry point for .NET developers and to gain experience building something with Machine Learning. With the recent release of ML.NET Model Builder, we can create machine learning models by attempting to import raw data first and over time curate the data, to get better results. JK will show you how ML.NET works, how to leverage Model Builder, experiment with training data and what to watch out for when building models.
Introductory and overview
With 10 years of experience in software engineering Jernej has worked on full-stack .Net development, mobile applications, and Microsoft Cognitive Services. He worked on some of Australia’s largest corporates with great customer satisfaction.https://jkdev.me/
Machine learning is easier to use than ever before, but how do we coordinate the teams involved? Software engineering has been maturing for decades, but introducing an unfamiliar parallel workstream like data science brings new challenges. Thankfully, we can draw upon the cross-team collaborative efforts of DevOps to bring data science and software engineering into sync. Building effective predictive models involves data acquisition and preparation, then resource-intensive experimentation and training. Data scientists don't tend to focus on testing and deploying models to production systems in sync with software releases. Working with software engineers and IT operations in a repeatable, automated, coherent pipeline is still an afterthought in many organisations, and data science teams are left out of the loop. Let's look at an end-to-end software and data science delivery pipeline that is repeatable and robust. We'll focus on model source control, repeatable data preparation, model training and continuous retraining, code validation and testing, model storage and versioning, and production deployment. Data scientists and software engineers can work together effectively to produce smart software. Let's learn how!
Damian works for Microsoft as a Cloud Developer Advocate, specializing in DevOps. He’s an Australian speaker, author, and developer recently based in Toronto, Canada, but now back home! Formerly a Microsoft MVP and Octopus Deploy developer, he regularly speaks at conferences, User Groups, and other events around the world. But most of the time you’ll find him talking […]https://damovisa.me/
Coffee Break & Networking
Will talk about the latest industrial trends on AI and Automation; and the potential of AI-based solutions through some real use cases.
Joseph is an experienced architect in Microsoft technologies, an agile delivery practitioner, and a veteran data scientist. In addition to over 10 years of experiences in software design and development, Joseph possesses a strong knowledge in Data Analytics, Machine Learning and AI. Joseph holds a PhD in Computer Science and has been passionate about data […]
It is the best of times, and the worst of times. We are in an age where technologists can use their skills to make amazing, positive impacts on people’s lives. With these seemingly boundless possibilities also allows us to slide into a slippery slope where the same technology can be used to harm. In this session Bronwen will cover areas of technology that can be used to help or hinder and question the increasing use of AI to bring these abilities into the hands of everyday people. She does not hold the right answers to these questions, instead wants to foster open discussion and questions on our responsibility as ethical technologists to help drive the use of technology for good.
Bronwen is a developer based in Brisbane who likes to play with new technology. She is one of the organisers of DDD Brisbane, a Microsoft MVP, SheEO activator and wildlife carer who loves to travel the world and take photos.http://www.soulsolutions.com.au/
Closing & Networking
In this workshop, you will learn how to build a machine learning model to predict the quality of wine with the Azure Machine Learning designer. We will use an example case study, with the Data Science Life-cycle as guideline. You will first look at the Business Understanding, proceed with the Data Acquisition and Understanding. Then you will start the Modeling part, the Deployment, and finally the Customer Acceptance part. We will first introduce every step, and then elaborate on the corresponding Azure Machine Learning designer components to fulfil the steps. Note: we assume you have basic machine learning knowledge, as this workshop only looks at the tooling and not the underlying techniques.
The Lab (3rd Floor)
First finding a passion for data analysis and machine learning while studying Engineering, Courtney completed an undergraduate thesis project on the optimisation of neural networks for forecasting household electricity usage. Courtney is currently part of MOQdigital’s Applications, Data and Analytics team, and works to deliver actionable data insights to clients using a range of Microsoft […]
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