In this talk we'll look at what we now call deep learning, its origins, and its applications. The talk strives to present the subject to a technical audience with little to no knowledge of deep learning. As adult viewers of Saturday morning cartoons would expect, the presentation will nonetheless strive to provide some amusement and maybe enlightenment for experienced practitioners.
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WTF is Deep Learning?
Jeff Abrahamson collects advanced degrees while roaming the globe doing computer science and writing software. He currently hangs his (virtual) hat at Google London, where he is called site reliability engineer. In autumn 2014 he embarks on a new chapter in his professional life based mostly in France.