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MathWorks & HDSI AI Seminar | Esperanza Linares

April 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

HDSI! Come and join MathWorks Engineers for a technical seminar on AI (and lunch!) on Wednesday, April 3! Come learn why data scientists should learn MATLAB – we will highlight the tools that will be serve your role as data scientists and data science students. You can also learn about our engineer’s journey, roles available at MathWorks, and the use of our tools in industry!

Mathworks UCSD Technical Seminar Series

Low-Code AI in MATLAB

Learn how you can apply AI in your field without extensive knowledge in programming. This hands-on session includes a quick recap on the fundamentals of AI and three exercises where you will learn how to classify human activities using MATLAB® interactive tools and apps:

1. Accessing and preprocessing data acquired from a mobile device
2. Applying clustering to the unlabeled data using the Cluster Data Live Editor Task
3. Classifying the labeled data using two apps: Classification Learner app and the Deep Network Designer app

At the end of the seminar, you will be able to design and train different machine learning and deep learning models without extensive programming knowledge. You will also learn how to automatically generate code from the interactive workflow. This will not only help you to reuse the models without manually going through all the steps but also to learn programming or advance your coding skills.

About the Speaker:

Esperanza Linares is a Senior Customer Success Engineer at MathWorks. She is part of a global team that partners with academic and research institutions worldwide, focusing on student and research success. Before joining MathWorks, she did her postdoctoral work in the pharmaceutical industry, where she developed a discrete element method model to simulate the compaction of granular materials. She holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UNAM (Mexico) and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Caltech.

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*Lunch will be provided


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