MLconf is a single-day, single-track machine learning conference event designed to gather the community to discuss the recent research and application of Algorithms, Tools, and Platforms to solve the hard problems that exist within organizing and analyzing massive and noisy data sets. The conference will host talks on today’s use of ML algorithms and techniques from companies such as Google AI, AWS, Facebook, Slack & more.
Individuals with backgrounds in Data Science, Engineering, Software, Computer Vision, Research, Machine Learning, Technical Leadership, Co-Founders of Startups, Professors and Students attend to stay current with what techniques their peers are using to solve today’s problems that exist in industry.
The Machine Learning Conference (MLconf) began in 2012, as a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s GraphLab team, to gather the thought leaders in Machine Learning, specifically Graph Databases. In 2013, MLconf became a separate event, devoted to the Machine Learning and Data Science community in San Francisco, agnostic of any tool, platform or company.