Using computers to generate art promotes deeper understanding of the ways that artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the visual and media-based world around us, and provokes inquiry into the endeavor and humanity behind creativity. In this spirit, +DS is excited to announce the second annual Duke AI for Art Competition.
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Machine learning is a field characterized by development of algorithms that are implemented in software and run on a machine (e.g., computer, mobile device, etc.). Recently, with increasing access to massive datasets, and to significant advances in computing power, machine learning performance has improved markedly. Further, over the last five years, significant advances have been made in a subfield of machine learning called “deep learning.”
The full video of the first Fall 2019 Plus Data Science (+DS) Lunch and Learn session is now available online and can be accessed at the link below (Duke log-in required). The session, titled "Digital Pathology: Identifying Thyroid Malignancy with Deep Learning, " was presented on September 24th in the Learning Hall at the Trent Semans Center at Duke.
The +DS Projects in Medicine has successfully completed its first year after a launch in fall 2018. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, 62 students in 12 teams completed the 2-semester sequence, and 13 students in 6 teams continued with an in-depth summer project experience.
POE 190.01/POE 790.01 "Introduction to Machine Learning Methods and Practice"