PyData Warsaw #21
- 17:30 - 18:00 - Doors open
- 18:00 - 18:10 - Introduction
- 18:10 - 18:50 - Jakub Czakon- "Evaluation Metrics for Binary Classification: The Ultimate Guide"
- 18:50 - 19:30 - Lukasz Murawski - "AI for The Planet. Case study: Deep learning for early wildfires detection of Amazon Rainforest "
- 19:30 - 20:10 - TBD
After the break we are back with the 21th PyData Warsaw regular meetup with new location!
Jakub Czakon- "Evaluation Metrics for Binary Classification: The Ultimate Guide"
"Choosing a proper metric is a crucial yet difficult part of the machine learning project. In this talk, you will learn about a number of common and lesser-known metrics and performance charts as well as typical decisions when it comes to choosing one for your project.
For every metric or chart I will talk about: - What is the definition and intuition behind it, - The non-technical explanation for business stakeholders, - How to calculate/plot it, - When should you use it.
Hopefully, with all that knowledge you will be fully equipped to deal with metric-related problems in your future projects!"
Jakub is a Senior Data Scientist at http://neptune.ai. He graduated in Physics from the University of Silesia in Katowice, and in Finance from the University of Economics in Wroclaw. He's worked on data science for facial recognition, OCR, cancer detection and classification, satellite image segmentation, text mining labor market data, and more. He was a member of the teams that won MICCAI Munich 2015 "Combined Imaging and Digital Pathology Classification Challenge", won MICCAI Athens 2016 "Pet segmentation challenge using a data management and processing infrastructure", and won crowdAI "Mapping Challenge" competition in 2018.
Lukasz Murawski - "AI for The Planet. Case study: Deep learning for early wildfires detection of Amazon Rainforest "
We will expect you around 17.30, talks start at 18:00pm, snacks, coffee and tea are included.
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PS: Default language is English, but there may be some exceptions from the rule.
Presentation part is mainly Python focused but not only. We expect to host a number of guests working with R, Scala, Julia and other languages.