I spent the weekend at Gold Coast University Hospital, Gold Coast, QLD. I was attending the Young Women Leaders in AI Residential as a mentor to a diverse set of amazing women who came to develop their knowledge and skills in the field of AI.
At the start of this month we hosted the crowning event in our Women in Machine Learning program, the Deep Learning Workshop. If you are not already aware of this initiative, we decided to address the gender gap in Machine Learning by holding a Deep Learning workshop exclusively for women looking to break into the industry.
October is upon us and we have collected a bunch of ML-AI and functional programming events. All events can be found on the Silverpond Community Calendar. If you would like your meetup or event added, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to receive and so much more delivered to your inbox each month? Sign up for […]
Well, it’s Thursday night, and I’ve just finished up my last day at the conference. Tomorrow, we’ll be heading on our (short) holiday! While QML+ formally has two more talks tomrorrow, they are less relevant to me personally, plus we need to get a head start to make it to some waterfalls! Here’s my summary […]
Today, there were only 3 talks; and we had a free afternoon! So we climbed* the big mountain! *: Okay okay, by “climbed” I mean “took the lifts”. But there were 3 lifts! Opening Talk: Learning from Quantum Data: Strengths and Weaknesses by Ronald de Wolf This was a great and classic talk in the […]
We’re back. There first two talks were quite great, and there was another that was interesting and is worth a mention. Opening Talk: Artificial Intelligence & Quantum Computing by Aske Plaat Even though it had a reasonably uninspiring title, this talk was actually excellent, and should’ve, in fact, been the opening talk of the conference. […]