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AMII Virtual Meetup
March 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm MDTFree
Learn about the latest tools and techniques in machine learning, and explore topics that researchers and industry professionals are thinking about or working on. Each meetup features two presenters; at the end of each presentation, participants will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session.
This month’s speakers include:
March 18, 2021 – March 18, 2021
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM (MST)
Reg Ouellette, VP of Engineering & Alex Trad, Director of Business Development from Chata Technologies Inc.
Chata develops innovative solutions that solve the complex problem of data access with the power of NLP, NLU, and dynamic query language generation. Chata’s flagship solution, AutoQL, dynamically translates natural language to database query languages. This technology enables non-technical business software users to get the data they need to do their jobs, just by asking questions in their own words.
Join Reg and Alex as they discuss the importance of high-quality training data for successful AI development. They’ll also talk about Chata’s approach to automating the training data generation process and how valuable this approach is for the future of AI in business applications and beyond. To illustrate, they’ll demo some of Chata’s machine learning models (trained on a corpus of data that has been automatically generated) through AutoQL’s front end widget, Data Messenger.
Salome Perez, PhD Student from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Salome Perez is currently a second year PhD Student at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Her research focuses on understanding how software vulnerabilities are cross-layer characterized including binary library usage using machine/deep learning techniques. This research aims to innovate cybersecurity solutions in emerging Android and Intenet of Things -Arduino based applications.
Prior to University of Nebraska, Salome received a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Telecom from her home country, Ecuador/ South America; and a Fulbright award to pursue a master’s degree at Northeastern University/ Boston with specialization in machine learning. Her motivations are with supporting minorities in science and projects to further computer science education skills for children in developing countries.