We are publishing a blog series on the brilliant women we had involved in the Women in Machine Learning program last year.
Whoever you are, and whatever your background we are sure you will find their thoughts on Machine Learning, inclusion and their stories inspirational and inspiring.
Millie is currently completing a PhD in Experimental Particle Physics at the University of Melbourne. Part of her research has led to collaborations with scientists at CERN, the European Centre for Nuclear Research. In addition to her research, she is also a demonstrator and examiner.
What gets you excited about Machine Learning, and what makes you want to learn more?
What diversity initiatives would you like to see in the MLAI industry?
What was your favourite part of the Women in Machine Learning program, or what did you get most out of?
What is next for you on your Machine Learning journey?
What advice do you have for anyone from an underrepresented group in entering a career in tech?
Do you or your company what to support the Women in Machine Learning program in 2019? Register your interest here.
We will be opening applications for the Women in Machine Learning program later in 2019. Register your details here to be amongst the first to apply.
Interested in a career in Machine Learning? We are hiring, check out our current openings here.
Did you enjoy reading Millie’s post? Check out the rest of our Women in Machine Learning blog series…