Deep Learning Summer School, Montreal 2016 is aimed at graduate students and industrial engineers and researchers who already have some basic knowledge of machine learning (and possibly but not necessarily of deep learning) and wish to learn more about this rapidly growing field of research. If that is you, there are plenty of videos to help you learn more.
The keynote videos from the 2014 Strata conference are now available on the Strata Youtube Channel.
Here is a thought-provoking video about data science for sports.
The videos from the SciPy 2013 conference are all available online.
See all the videos at the Lanyard SciPy 2013 Conference Directory.
Here are a few of my other favorite videos:
Here are a few of the recent Strata videos I would recommend.
- Video Games: The Biggest Big Data Challenge – Video Games generate Big Data
- Big Data on Small Devices: Data Science goes Mobile – How data can help build better mobile apps
- Distributed Environmental Data: On the Ground at the Data Sensing Lab – using sensors to track people at a conference, hard to explain and very interesting so just watch the video
The Livestream is available at the Strata website. Keynotes and interviews will be happening most of the day Thursday.
If you would like to watch some of the videos and keynotes from today, you can view many of them on the Strata Youtube Channel.
Here is a video to get you started. It is an introduction to Gooru, a search engine for learning.
All of the videos from the Computing from Data Analysis Coursera course are available on Youtube. If you are interested in learning R or just need a refresher on some of the topics, these videos could serve as a great resource.
The videos for the Hadoop World/Strata 2012 Conference in New York City are posted on Youtube. Enjoy some video viewing experience. I may be posting some of my favorites in the coming days.