IBM Deep Learning Workshop

Please complete this registration to confirm your spot at the IBM Deep Learning Workshop hosted by the Mass Open Cloud at Boston University. Please note that registration will close at 10AM on Monday April 22. After registration closes, you will need to email Jennifer Stacy to determine if your attendance can be accommodated. This training is open to current and potential researcher users of the MOC.

About the Training

The IBM PowerAI software, combined with the unprecedented performance of IBM Power9 hardware, makes deep learning easier and faster by bringing together some of the most popular open source frameworks for deep learning, with development and management tools. Designed to simplify end-to- end deep learning, PowerAI on the Mass Open Cloud allows researchers to spend less time on data preparation, implementation and integration, and more time training neural networks for results.

Date: April 24 -25, 2019

Location: Hariri Institute for Computing, 111 Cummington Mall, Seminar Room, Boston, MA 02215

If demand exceeds space available for this training or there is demand for future dates, we will schedule an additional training in the future. The tentative schedule is below:

Wednesday April 24 – Lecture & Discussion 9:15AM – 5PM

Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks will be provided

09:30-10:00Opening Remarks
10:00-11:00AI and the Art of the Possible
11:15-12:15Building Datasets
12:15-12:45H20 Driverless AI
1:45-2:30Power AI Vision
2:30-3:00Introduction to Watson Machine Learning
3:15-3:45CORAL -Summit -Sierra
3:45-5:00Use-case Discussions – Open Discussion – Closing Remarks

Thursday April 25 – Hands-on Lab 9:30AM – 3:45PM

Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks will be provided

9:30-10:00Introduction and Overview
10:00-11:15H2O Driverless AI
11:15-12:15Tensorflow Programming – Digits
1:30-2:30PowerAI Vision
2:30-3:00Watson Machine Learning Accelerator and Red Hat OpenShift
3:00-3:15CORAL and Clusters
3:15-3:30IBM Academic Initiatives
3:30-3:45Closing Remarks

Contact: Michael Daitzman, (978) 201-9965/ or Jennifer Stacy, (781) 308-1730/

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