[ml] Tonight's Agenda? Stanford Lectures? Kaggle Comp?
mike at mindmech.com
Wed Nov 17 21:50:13 UTC 2010
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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