This completely free workshop is intended to give undergraduate and graduate students from all science and engineering majors a fast introduction to the modern artificial intelligence theory and technique with special emphasis on machine learning.
It will be held in 80-minute online sessions twice a week over 8 days of October. Videos will be uploaded to YouTube soon.
We will study:
- ‘Classical’ AI shortcomings and modern symbolic progressing techniques
- Machine learning fundamentals, neural networks, and deep learning
- Computer vision, generative modeling, sequence modeling, natural language processing, deep graph processing
- Reinforcement learning, multi-agent RL, self-supervised learning, transfer learning, and domain generalization
- MLops, AI safety, and ethics
We will use:
wandb, docker, and the Google Cloud Platform
Before signing up, you should already be able to calculate basic derivatives, apply probability & statistics to toy problems, and write simple Python programs.
If your neurons have accumulated sufficient presynaptic evidence and your reward estimator feels like it’s ready to explode, please join this exciting workshop!
ps: (Much of this document was drafted using an autoregressive language model.)