[ml] Tonight's Agenda? Stanford Lectures? Kaggle Comp?
joe at jjhale.com
Wed Nov 17 16:24:26 PST 2010
I've been super busy - but I am very interested in the Kaggle fun.
I'll be along at 7.30 for the Kaggle but am happy to discuss lectures
with anyone how comes along.
All the best,
On 17 November 2010 13:50, Mike Schachter <mike at mindmech.com> wrote:
> I think I'll stop in around 7:30. A good friend of mine is flying in a bit
> later and I might have to leave early though. I'd like to get my head
> around the kaggle competition - I just got back from a conference
> and haven't had a chance to look at it.
> On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 1:14 PM, Jared Dunne <jareddunne at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All-
>> Am I correct that we don't have any formal talks scheduled for tonight?
>> I assume some people will turn up anyways to work through the Stanford
>> lectures/problem-sets, no? If so, that's awesome, go for it! Unfortunately,
>> I'm too far behind to participate in that myself.
>> Personally, I'm interested to meet tonight with anyone interested in doing
>> the Kaggle Social Network Analysis competition. Is there anyone out there
>> interested? There seemed to be interest last week, but I haven't heard from
>> anyone about it since. Tonight, I'd like to brainstorm more and develop a
>> vague plan for how we tackle this if we are going to make an attempt
>> So for tonight's agenda, I'd propose that we can have an informal night
>> with different groups working on both kaggle comp and Stanford lectures in
>> the back classroom space. If that's too much going on in the classroom, I'm
>> sure that we can relocate the competition brainstorming session somewhere
>> else in the NB space.
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