Program – Praha

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Nadcházející meetupy

Serve Your ML Models in AWS Using Python – Václav Košař

The meetup will be hosted online – using Zoom platform (and streamed at YouTube). To get access to the links, please register for the event via meetup.com.
Abstract:
Automate your ML model train-deploy cycle, garbage collection, and rollbacks, all from Python with an open-source PyPi package based on Cortex.

It all started with the modernization of a product categorization project. The goal was to replace complex low-level Docker commands with a straightforward and user-friendly deployment utility called Cortex. The solution in the form of a Python package proved to be re-usable since we successfully used it as part of our recommendation engine project. We plan to deploy all ML projects like this. Since GLAMI relies heavily on open-source software, we wanted to contribute back and decided to open-source the package, calling it Cortex Serving Client. So now you can use it as well.

About speaker:
Vaclav is a software developer on his way to becoming a machine learning engineer. From 2020 he works for GLAMI on AI product categorization and recommendation. Subscribe at https://VaclavKosar.com.

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Minulé meetupy

Under the Hood of Smart Quarantine: Data and Memory Maps

The meetup will be hosted online – using Zoom platform (and streamed at YouTube). To get access to the links, please register for the event via meetup.com.
Abstract:
One of the key parts of the Czech smart quarantine system is the data-driven process of memory maps which help epidemiologists identify risky encounters of COVID infected in a more reliable way by using telco and bank data. The authors of the system from the COVID19CZ voluntary initiative will explain how this unique system built around user consent works and what were the main challenges that the team was facing – a mix of high politics, complex data integration with 15+ large telcos and banks and the process of adoption of new technologies in the public healthcare system.

About speakers:
Petr Bednařík – a member of the COVID19CZ „nine“ leadership group responsible for the project of using banking data to fight COVID, founder and data science architect at DataSentics
Ondřej Tomas – a member of the COVID19CZ „nine“ leadership group responsible for memory maps, Clevermaps founder and geo-data expert
Vojta Tůma – the main technical architect of memory map system and head of development at Keboola

AI technology works differently from our brains – Danko Nikolić

The meetup will be hosted online – using Zoom platform (and streamed at YouTube). To get access to the links, please register for the event via meetup.com.
Abstract:
Reading popular literature, one may think that Deep Learning and other AI technologies work in similar ways. This is far from true. In my talk I will explain a number of key differences on how we humans get to be intelligent and how this is achieved by AI technology. One may be surprised.

About speaker:
Danko is brain and mind scientist and AI practitioner and visionary. He led for many years a lab at Max Planck Institute for Brain Research. He is foremost interested in
i) closing the mind-body explanatory gap, and
ii) using that knowledge to improve machine learning and AI.

His work on brain research at Max Planck Institute led me to develop the theory of hierarchical adaptations (aka practopoiesis). From there he proposed the concept of AI-Kindergarten — a method for creation of biological-like artificial intelligence. Also, a few years back he introduced the concept of ideasthesia. Most recently he is active in applied machine learning and AI.

Videos and post about his work can be found on his personal web site www.danko-nikolic.com.
Danko’s LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danko-nikolic/