Thursday, April 22, 2021

Machine Learning in 2020

Register for this live video webinar, Machine Learning 2020. Get your Machine Learning questions answered by leading experts.

Machine learning, as a more accessible version of artificial intelligence, has seen rapid growth in adoption in the last few years. ML is now deployed in industries ranging from finance to healthcare and retail, for uses including customer service, security and collaboration.

To provide guidance on directions for ML in 2020, I’ll speak with two top experts, Judith Hurwitz, president, Hurwitz & Associates, and Marcus Borba, founder, Borba Consulting

Wednesday, December 11, 11:00 AM PT

Register for this live video webinar, Machine Learning 2020

Hurwitz

Judith Hurwitz, president, Hurwitz & Associates

 marcus

Marcus Borba, founder, Borba Consulting

James Maguire

James Maguire, Datamation editor – moderator

Bring your questions to this live interactive video webinar – we’ll answer as many as we can.

Register for this live video webinar, Machine Learning 2020

Wednesday, December 11, 11:00 AM PT

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What is Machine Learning?
  • Where is the ML market now; what are current use cases?
  • How to get started with ML, including purchasing and best practices
  • Where is ML going in 2020?

Register for this live video webinar, Machine Learning 2020. Get your data questions answered by leading experts.

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