An Algorithm Conference workshop by Particle
Exploring Machine Learning on the Edge is the title of a workshop that will be conducted by Particle.io on Day of Algorithm Conference, that is, on July 16, 2020, at the Thompson Conference Center on The University of Texas at Austin campus.
Target audience: Technical project managers, CTOs and developers.
Date: July 16, 2020
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Instructors: Brandon Satrom and Jeremiah Harlan
Location: Room 3.108, Thompson Conference Center, University of Texas at Austin.
Machine learning and IoT are a match made in heaven. After all, IoT devices collect mountains of sensor data. What better way to uncover insights and actions in data collected by IoT sensors than through sophisticated, modern computing methods like machine learning and artificial intelligence?
The problem is, due to the historically meager computing power of IoT sensors, leveraging ML with IoT has meant backhauling all your sensor data to the cloud. But when the cloud is involved, security is a concern, and in the realm of IoT, security is often a dirty word.
But with modern embedded systems, microcontrollers and single-board computers getting more powerful and sophisticated, its becoming increasingly possible to bring machine learning closer to sensors and IoT devices, that is, to the edge of the network. So Edge ML, as the concept is known, enables quicker insights, tighter security, and even true predictive action. And it’s going to become the norm in the IoT space in the near future.
In this workshop, we’ll explore the state of the art in Edge ML and IoT, and demonstrate practical ways that developers can get started with both today. This also involves hands-on experience with a Particle IoT device.
Session 1: Why machine learning (ML) and IoT?
Lab 1: Exploring IoT solutions with Particle.
Session 2: ML at the Edge with single-board computers (SBCs)
Lab 2: Building ML models for Edge inferencing
Lab 3: Inferencing on SBCs
Session 3: ML at the Edge with microcontrollers
Lab 4: Building ML models for microcontrollers
Lab 5: Inferencing on MCUs
Session 4: What’s next for ML on the Edge?
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Brandon has over 20 years of experience as a technology professional and has worked extensively as both a software and hardware engineer across a variety of platforms, technology stacks, and industries. An avid tinkerer, explorer, and teacher, Brandon is the author of four books, including the O’Reilly series book – Building Polyfills: Web Platform APIs for the Present and Future. He has spoken at events all over the world, and is most at home when leading hands-on labs and workshops.
Brandon is the Sr. Manager for Developer Relations at Particle. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Jeremiah is a Developer Advocate at Particle. He lives in Cincinnati, OH.
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Thursday, July 16, 2020 (8 a.m. - 10 a.m.)
Thursday, July 16, 2020 (1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.)
Friday, July 17 - Saturday, July 18, 2020
All Algorithm Conference workshops will be held in Room 3.108 inside the Thompson Conference Center on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. The address is 2405 Robert Dedman Dr., Austin, Texas 78712
All plenary conference sessions will be in the LBJ Auditorium of the LBJ Presidential Library, located at 2313 Red River St, Austin, Texas. The auditorium has a seating capacity of just under 1,000.
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