[Podcast] Announcing A4N: The Artificial Neural Network News Network

[Video] Deep Learning + HR With Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Jon Krohn

[Podcast] Announcing A4N: The Artificial Neural Network News Network

April 29, 2020

Jon Krohn, Chief Data Scientist and #1 Bestselling Author of the book Deep Learning Illustrated, a hands-on introduction to Artificial Neural Networks, came out with the first installment of the A4N — the Artificial Neural Network News Network — a new podcast series. This series is a lighthearted vehicle for discussion of the latest developments in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science, which introduces technical aspects of these innovations as well as their social implications.

The intended audience is anyone interested in automation and A.I. with brief sections catering specifically to professionals working in the fields of data science or software engineering.

In this podcast, discover a bit more about:

 

  • Global headline news: Real-time face recognition by London police
  • “Sports”: Cheating in the famed Kaggle data-science competition
  • Health: The landmark AlphaFold model for predicting protein structure from DNA
  • Classifieds: How to become (or at least hire!) an A.I. researcher

Stay tuned for more installments of this series!

 

SEE this original article on medium.com

 

 

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