Workshop su “Machine learning in the browser” di Marcus Winter
Giugno 14, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Aula F5 (Edificio F2), Dipartimento di Informatica – Università degli Studi di Salerno
Nell’ambito dello scambio Erasmus con University of Brighton, verrà tenuto un workshop per studenti, da Marcus Winter senior lecturer a Brighton. Il workshop è molto pratico con esperienze con il proprio portatile. Accludo una breve descrizione ed un programma più dettagliato.
Speaker: Marcus Winter
Research Interests: Human-Centred Machine Learning (HCML)
With a background in Human Computer Interaction and Ubiquitous Computing, Marcus’ recent research pivots towards Human-Centred Machine Learning (HCML), focusing in particular on ML applications that directly interface with everyday users. Unlike previous research in this field, which focuses primarily on implicit/indirect interaction with ML systems (e.g. recommender systems, home automation), he is interested in exploring non-expert users’ explicit/direct interacting with ML applications, e.g. to customise a system for a particular context or train it for specific problems. More info at https://edgee.co.uk
Workshop: Machine learning in the browser
The workshop consists of a presentation, covering machine learning on edge devices, and an optional practical part where students build, train and run a neural network image classifier in the browser.
- Computers, Web cam, Chrome browser, Code editor
- basic understanding of neural network concepts
- basic understanding of neural network types and applications
- ability to build a trainable neural network running in the browser
- basic understanding how training data affects predictive capabilities