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Helmholtz AI WoW!

AI Word of the Week

 

Helmholtz AI WoW! [Artificial Intelligence Word of the Week] aims to explain basic concepts in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in an easy, fun way.

Every week, a Helmholtz AI researcher or consultant is nominated and must pick a word and define it in less than a minute. Will they succeed?

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AI WoW! #1: Artificial Intelligence - Ruolin Shen

AI WoW! #4: Artificial Narrow Intelligence - James Kahn

AI WoW! #7: Algorithm - Heidi Seibold

AI WoW! #10: Concept drift - Benedikt Heidrich

AI WoW! #13: Classification - Christina Bukas

AI WoW! #16: Semantic segmentation - Oliver Neumann

AI WoW! #2: Big Data - Anja Rösel

AI WoW! #5: Supervised Learning - Peter Steinbach

AI WoW! #8: Heuristic - Andrés Camero

AI WoW! #11: Regression - Anna Willmann

AI WoW! #14: Backpropagation - Yuanyuan Wang

AI WoW! #17: Genetic algorithm - Tobias Weigel

AI WoW! #3: Training - Stefan Kesselheim

AI WoW! #6: Labeled data - Tobias Weigel

AI WoW! #9: Computer Vision - Timo Dickscheid

AI WoW! #12: Overfitting - Caroline Arnold

AI WoW! #15: Transfer learning - Christian Schiffer

 

 


 

 

Helmholtz AI kick-off meeting

Munich, 5 March 2020

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#helloHelmholtzAI

With more than 200 people onsite and 1700 livestream views, the official Helmholtz AI kick-off meeting became the perfect opportunity for the Helmholtz AI community to get together and discuss current and future projects in applied AI/ML. Thank you for making it possible!

In this page you will be able to rewatch the presentations and use cases discussed during the event. For more information, check out the abstract book, our event recap and join the Twitter conversation on #helloHelmholtzAI.

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