Advanced Deep Learning

2019-10-17T02:41:05+00:00Categories: Keras, Innovation & Tech (CTO) Curriculum Electives, Data Engineering Curriculum Electives, Tensorflow, Data Science Curriculum, Python, Dr Eugene Dubossarsky, AI Engineering Curriculum, Data Science Level 3, Data Engineering Level 3, AI Engineering Level 3, All Academy Courses, Innovation & Tech (CTO) Level 3|Tags: , |

This course provides a more rigorous, mathematically based view of modern neural networks, their training, applications, strengths and weaknesses, focusing on key architectures such as convolutional nets for image processing and recurrent nets for text and time series. This course will also include use of dedicated hardware such as GPUs and multiple computing nodes on the cloud. There will also be an overview of the most common available platforms for neural computation. Some topics touched in the introduction will be revisited in more thorough detail. Optional advanced topics may include Generative Adversarial Networks, Reinforcement Learning, Transfer Learning and probabilistic neural networks.

Real-Time Analytics Development and Deployment

2019-10-24T04:50:30+00:00Categories: Executive Curriculum Adv Electives, Data Governance Adv Electives, Data Science Curriculum Advanced Electives, Innovation & Tech (CTO) Adv Electives, Stephen Brobst, Data Engineering Curriculum, Data Management, AI Engineering Curriculum, Data Science Level 3, Big Data, Data Engineering Level 1, AI Engineering Level 1, All Academy Courses, Data Governance Level 3, Executive Level 3, Innovation & Tech (CTO) Level 3|Tags: , , , , , |

Real-time analytics is rapidly changing the landscape for deployment of decision support capability. The challenges of supporting extreme service levels in the areas of performance, availability, and data freshness demand new methods for data warehouse construction. Particular attention is paid to architectural topologies for successful implementation and the role of frameworks for Microservices deployment. In this workshop we will discuss evolution of data warehousing technology and new methods for meeting the associated service levels with each stage of evolution.