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Tensorflow -- Turning the Knobs (Overview session and Q&A session)

Tensorflow -- Turning the Knobs (Overview session and Q&A session)

From our Research Computing colleagues

 

Tensorflow is a complex modeling tool with many parameters and functions that can be used to fine-tune the model. In this workshop, we will look into the the purpose of the parameters and functions, and investigate how we can tweak them to improve the model.

 

Offered by Research Computing at UVA, this workshop consists two zoom sessions, separated by a week. The initial Zoom Overview meeting (October 29th, 3-4pm) is followed by a self-paced tutorial with a problem set, and finally a follow-up Zoom session (November 5th 3-4pm) to answer questions related to the self-paced work. By registering, you are signing up for both sessions (Oct 29th and Nov 5th). If you have questions in advance of the workshop, please reach out to Jacalyn (jmh5ad@virginia.edu) in advance of the workshops.

Dates & Times:
3:00pm - 4:00pm, Thursday, October 29, 2020
3:00pm - 4:00pm, Thursday, November 5, 2020
Location:
Online
Campus:
Online
Categories:
Data Workshop Workshop
Presenter:
Jacalyn Huband

Registration is required. There are 3 seats available.


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Event Organizer

Ricky Patterson