800 Eisenhower Dr. Kimberly
Getting started with AI and machine learning can be daunting. Use my research – we’ll discuss several different tools that I find valuable and the different reasons. We’ll take a quick walk-through each one so you get a better understanding. Covering pros and cons, providing suggestions on what they’re good for in terms of possible goals, aligning with technical stacks, costs, and what their roadmaps look like.
Some of the tools we’ll cover include:
Google’s Cloud Machine Learning Engine
Azure Machine Learning Studio
You’ll walk away with understanding the major players in the AI and machine learning tools space. Your barrier to entry on doing some AI work or play will be lowered by knowing these tools. At the very least, you’ll be able to speak more of the AI jargon around the water cooler! However, these tools may give you a leg up when your company decides to go further with AI and you could help lead that effort!
Greg Levenhagen is a Principal Consultant with Skyline Technologies, a Microsoft Regional Director (RD) and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). He has a great passion for giving back to the community and teaching. A true enthusiast of computer science, with passions and interests including AR/MR/VR, AI, mobile, UX, architecture, distributed computing, 3D/games, cloud, automated testing, web, agile, languages and much more. Greg speaks at conferences like ThatConference, CodeMash, VSLive and Code PaLOUsa.
He is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), board member of ThatConference, president of the Milwaukee Code Camp, president of the Northeast WI Code Camp, president of the Northeast WI Developers User Group, co-organizer of the Fox Valley Game Development Meetup, co-organizer of the Midwest Azure User Group, organizer of MobileMKE, cofounder of the Northeast WI Agile User Group, INETA speaker and IEEE and ACM member.
Along with being a life-long geek, Greg enjoys golfing, football, woodworking, philosophy and stimulating conversation.
Schedule of Events:
5:00pm: Registration & Networking
6:35pm: Chapter News and Announcements
7:00pm: Speaker Presentation – A Survey of AI/ML Tools
8:05pm: Closing Comments
Note: Tickets for this event can be bought through the Eventbrite page or in-person at the door.