As promised, we recorded the session on Machine Learning by Farouq Oyebiyi. And here is the video.
If you have not already signed up for this event, you should because it just got more exciting!
We will be having a session by Farouq Oyebiyi, engineer at Konga, focussed on Machine Learning and using it to predict customer behaviour, make forecasts and recommendations. He has years of experience to back this up and has built predictive models to help Insurance companies predict users who will buy a quoted policy, forecast sales and also predict stock returns. He joins us truly with a wealth of experience today.
Farouq will be taking us through the fundamentals during his session titled “Machine Learning: The Basics”.
Event kicks off at 5.30pm but the doors are open by 5pm.
Come in early. Pick up a thing or two, courtesy Google as you step in.
We are almost out of seats and the registration form will be closed as soon as that happens.
Visit http://goo.gl/forms/9u6IiHQ8DG now to register for this event
Date: Thursday May 12
Venue: CCHub (6th Floor), Sabo Yaba.
Last summer we launched Android Experiments: a showcase of creative Android projects, and an open invitation for all developers to submit their own experiments to the gallery. So far we’ve seen some amazing work from the developer community – from live wallpaper, to watch faces, to interesting hacks of the IOIO board – and we want to see more.
Today we announce the Android Experiments I/O Challenge: a chance for your experiment (and you) to go to I/O 2016!
From now through April 13, you can enter by submitting your experiments to the gallery. The top three winners of the contest will receive a trip to this year’s Google I/O, and the five runner-ups will get the new Nexus 6P.
So what makes a good Android Experiment? It’s a project that utilizes the unique capabilities of the Android platform in an innovative way. Here are a few suggestions:
- Creative uses of Android’s new or distinctive features
- Projects that explore how we interact with our devices, in small and big ways
- Unique visual aesthetics
- Open source projects that inspire other developers
- Surprise us – we want to see the amazing things you’re cooking up
All projects on Android Experiments are open source. If you’re not sure where to start take a look on the site gallery, dig in and get inspired.
We can’t wait to see how you’re combining code and creativity! Enter on androidexperiments.com/challenge today.