Machine Learning with GNU/Linux Workshop

Space is forming a learning group on 'Machine Learning and free software'. Enthusiast from industry and educational institutions are participating. We are planned our first meeting on July 3. Prior to that we are planned a 2 day machine learning workshop for beginners on July 1,2.

Workshop will start at July 1 morning 10:30. Any interested one can participate. It mainly contain 4 sessions
     i. Introduction to ML, classification and regression
     ii. A sample classification/regression problem. Hands on
     iii. Introduction to Natural Language Processing, Challenges in Malayalam
     iv. Doing Some examples in NLP

Instructions for the attendies
1,Workshop attentees should have a basic knowledge to use GNU/Linux operating systems  (Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, ..etc).
2,Atentees should bring their own Laptops with any GNU/Linux based OS installed.(If you don't have a Linux laptop you can request, we will provide you one for the workshop)​
3,Every participants must register for the event. Registration form  will be closed on June 29, 11:59 PM.

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