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November 5-6, 2020 4pm-9pm CET

The machine learning conference for engineering teams

  • 2
    days
    Of ML talks
  • 20+
    speakers
    Discussing the scene
  • 5K+
    devs
    Getting a grip on ML

ML experts.

Hands-on education.

Real-world machine learning.

MLConf EU is an online event for software developers and tech leads to learn about the practical application of machine learning. Join the event from anywhere in the world on November 5-6, 2020, get a clearer idea of ML best practices, and apply them for your project.

This year, you can expect:

  • Deep Learning

  • Computer Vision

  • AI

  • NLP

  • Data Science

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Features

Exceptional ML speakers

In-depth talks from machine learning field experts

Virtual get-together

Network in live chat rooms and make new friends

Remote, safe, yet fun

Socialize at remote afterparties and gaming tournaments

First Speakers & Instructors

Andreas Müller
Microsoft, USA
Talk: Dabl: Automatic Machine Learning with a Human in the Loop

Andreas Müller is a Principal Research SDE at Microsoft, where he works on the interface of the Data Science ecosystem and cloud infrastructure.

He previously held positions as Associate Research Scientist at the Columbia Data Science Institute and as a Research Engineer at the NYU Center for Data Science.

He is one of the core developers of the scikit-learn machine learning library, a member of the scikit-learn technical committee, and the author of the book "Introduction to machine learning with Python".

His work focuses on practical aspects of machine learning and the development of user-centric machine learning software.

Thomas Wolf
HuggingFace, Netherlands
Talk: An Introduction to Transfer Learning in NLP and HuggingFace

Thomas Wolf is co-founder and Chief Science Officer of HuggingFace. His team is on a mission to catalyze and democratize NLP research. Prior to HuggingFace, Thomas gained a Ph.D. in physics, and later a law degree. He worked as a physics researcher and a European Patent Attorney.

Beril Sirmacek
Jonkoping University & the Owner of Create4D, Netherlands
Talk: Computer Vision Using OpenCV

Beril Sirmacek is a Dutch AI researcher. She received her PhD degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in 2009. Later she has worked with German Aerospace Center and pursued a habilitation degree with University of Osnabrueck.

She is an assistant professor at Jonkoping AI Lab and also leading her company create4D. Beril is passionate to use computer vision and AI algorithms for creating useful healthcare and earth care solutions.

Beril has taught a MSc course at the University of Augsburg in 2010, only on OpenCV. As a computer vision scientist and developer, she has been using it regularly for many years.

Laurence Moroney
Google, USA
Talk: Teaching ML and AI to Coders

Laurence Moroney leads AI Advocacy at Google, working as part of the Google Research into Machine Intelligence (RMI) team. He's the author of more programming books than he can count, including 'AI and Machine Learning for Coders' with OReilly, to be published in October 2020. He's also the instructor and creator of the TensorFlow In Practice, and TensorFlow Data and Deployment specializations on Coursera. He also runs the YouTube channel for tensorflow at Youtube.com/tensorflow, and the TensorFlow certificate program for developers at tensorflow.org/certificate. When not working on AI, he's a published Sci-Fi author, comic book creator and IMDB-listed screenwriter.

Mikhail Burtsev
DeepPavlov.ai, Russia
Talk: DeepPavlov Agent: Open-source Framework for Multiskill Conversational AI

Mikhail Burtsev is a head of Neural Networks and Deep Learning Laboratory at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He is also a founder and leader of open-source conversational AI framework DeepPavlov. Mikhail had proposed and co-organize a series of academic Conversational AI Challenges (including NIPS 2017, NeurIPS 2018, EMNLP 2020).

His research interests are in the fields of Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Complex Systems. Mikhail Burtsev has published more than 20 technical papers including – Nature, Artificial Life, Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, and other peer-reviewed venues.

Jason Mayes
Google, USA
Talk: TensorFlow.js 101: ML in the Browser and Beyond

Jason is a Senior Developer Advocate for TensorFlow.js at Google.

Jason combines his knowledge of the technical and creative worlds to solve complex, strategic / technical challenges for Google's largest customers and internal teams. Developing innovative world firsts utilizing the latest technologies and hardware is a key component of his role to rapidly prototype new ideas and consult on project solutions globally.

With a background in Computer Science at the University of Bristol, England, where he specialized in reality mining and invisible computing, Jason has been a "hybrid engineer" for over 15 years. Combining his passion for several areas including both front and back end web programming, but also design and user experience, he has worked in many sizes of companies from startups (including founding his own) to Google.

Marco Gorelli
Samsung R&D Institute UK, UK
Talk: Never Have an Unmaintainable Jupyter Notebook Again!

Marco is a Data Scientist at the Samsung R&D Institute UK. Outside of work, he is a maintainer of pandas (data wrangling platform for Python widely adopted in the scientific computing community) and author of nbQA (code quality tool for Jupyter Notebooks). He holds an MSc in Mathematics and Foundations of Computer Science from the University of Oxford.

Haifeng Jin
Keras Team at Google, USA
Talk: Boost Productivity with Keras Ecosystem

Haifeng is a member of Keras team at Google and a PhD candidate in DATA Lab at Texas A&M University. His research interests are AutoML and deep learning. He is the creator and project lead of AutoKeras, which aims to make deep learning more accessible with AutoML techniques.

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Program Committee

Gant Laborde
Infinite Red, USA

Gant Laborde is an owner of Infinite Red, mentor, adjunct professor, published author, and award-winning speaker. For 20 years, he has been involved in software development and continues strong today. He is an “open sourcerer”, team leader, and aspires to one day become a mad scientist. He blogs, videos, and maintains popular repositories for the community. Follow Gant’s adventures at gantlaborde.com.

Sayak Paul
Deep Learning Associate @ PyImageSearch, India

Sayak loves understanding how things work and explaining them well.

Dmitry Soshnikov
Cloud Developer Advocate @ Microsoft, Russia

Dmitry is a Microsoft veteran, working for more than 13 years. He started as a Technical Evangelist, and in this role presented on numerous conferences, including twice being on stage with Steve Ballmer. He then worked for 2 years as Senior Software Engineer, helping big European companies to start pilot digital transformation projects based on AI and ML. As Cloud Developer Advocate, Dmitry focuses on creating educational content and working with academic and research institutions. He is also an Associate Professor at MIPT, HSE and MAI in Moscow, a big fan of functional programming and F#, and a maintainer/primary developer of mPyPl library. In his spare time, Dmitry explores Science Art and Technological Magic, as well as performs Chinese tea ceremonies. He can be reached at soshnikov.com.

Eve Pardi
Data Scientist, AI MVP @ Laerdal, Denmark

Microsoft AI MVP. Software Developer and Data Scientist.

Eva is absolutely obsessed with data and passionate about AI. Her main interest is to save lives and support humanity with the help of AI and data. Working in full time at Laerdal.

In her free time she writes articles, speaks at conferences about data and AI. Her aim is to make people understand how intelligent applications affect our lives, how to use and control them.

Yuriy Guts
Principal Machine Learning Engineer @ DataRobot, Ukraine

Yuriy Guts is a Principal Machine Learning Engineer at DataRobot with over 10 years of industry experience in data science and software architecture. His primary interests are productionalizing data science, automated machine learning, time series forecasting, and processing spoken and written language. He teaches AI and ML at UCU, competes on Kaggle, and has led multiple international data science and engineering teams.

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November 5

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Full ticket

November 5-6

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Free 3h Workshops

Access to talks & activities on both days (November 5-6)

HD quality

Q&A with speakers

Advice lounges

Interactive sessions with speakers

Technology discussion rooms

Watching party

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Others will receive them one month after the event

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Interactive Sessions With Speakers

One-on-one advice lounge with field experts

Get advice on your personal machine learning projects

Video chat rooms with speakers

Join Zoom rooms with top machine learning developers

Speakers' Discord channel

Enjoy more space for your conversation with speakers

Discussions

Take part in video discussions focusing on specific machine learning technologies. Hang out with people who are on the same page.

TensorFlow
Deep Learning
Data Science
Natural Language Processing
Artificial Intelligence
Computer Vision
PyTorch
Career Building

Attend Watching Parties

Join random groups of conference attendees watching/discussing the event. Make new friends!

Remote Afterparty Bars

Join Zoom rooms facilitated by community activists, and enjoy a remote drink!

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Pixel Art
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GitNation team

QuakeJS Tournament

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