On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, I will give a workshop at the CH Open Workshop-Tage in Rotkreuz, Switzerland. The Workshop-Tage will take place for the 29th time in their history. The event is mainly organized by CH Open and supported by the Java User Group Switzerland, swissICT, the universities of applied sciences in Rapperswil and Lucerne, as well as ETH Zurich.
My workshop is titled “Grundlagen und Limite künstlicher Intelligenz” (“Fundamentals and Limits of Artificial Intelligence”) and will be held in German. The program of this all-day course will contain a balanced mixture of inputs from me as the instructor as well as lots of (simple) machine learning programming exercises in Python, other practical demonstrations, experiments with training and test data, as well as some discussions about the insights, advantages, and disadvantages of machine learning.
Please find more information on Workshop-Tage’s website: workshoptage.ch. A description of my workshop can be found here: workshoptage.ch/workshops/2020/grundlagen-und-limite-kuenstlicher-intelligenz/. If you book your ticket until Sunday, July 26, you’ll get a 29 % discount.
I’m looking forward to meeting you there.