Artificial Intelligence

Getting Started with Pytorch for Deep Learning

When:
Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 11:00am - 12:00pm PDTiCal
Where:
https://youtu.be/8u4QqvtbAIw
This event is open to the public.
Type:
Good Engineering Seminar
Speaker:
Thamme Gowda, USC/ISI Marina
Video:
https://youtu.be/8u4QqvtbAIw
Description:

Abstract:

Deep learning has proved to be a powerful machine learning paradigm, and Pytorch has become one of the most popular deep learning libraries. Pytorch makes deep learning easier for python programmers facilitating quicker research prototypes as well as production deployments. Learning to use the PyTorch library is a crucial skill for machine learning practitioners. In this seminar, we plan to cover the basics of PyTorch.

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Bio:

Thamme Gowda (TG) is a research programmer at ISI MdR. TG obtained his MS in CS from USC, and he is currently pursuing a part-time Ph.D. He is a passionate programmer with seven years of programming experience. He has been using Pytorch for the last three years, and he is the primary developer of a Pytorch based toolkit called Reader-Translator-Generator (RTG) https://isi-nlp.github.io/rtg/

Host: Joel Mathew

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