This session is aimed at developers and data scientists.
Deep learning has been used to write new Shakespearean sonnets, to imagine new delicious recipes, write hilarious Harry Potter novels and even come up with new names for beer! In this session we will understand, what is deep learning, what are neural nets, what are the steps required to build a deep learning model and look at some of the great examples mentioned.
We will then turn our new skills to the problem most speakers have! Writing session abstracts. Together we will develop a recursive neural net designed to generate new session abstracts, entirely based on previously submitted sessions to SQL Server conferences. Will we be able to produce a session you would have attended? Tune in and fine out.
Why I Want to Present This Session:
I write a lot of session abstracts, I am a data scientist. What if I combined two of my interests? Well that is how this session was born. I love applying data science to interesting problems and while difficult I want to show that by taking something difficult, you can make it easier to learn using a fun example.
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