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The many machine learning ways of Google Translate – ApéroTalk with K. Stevens
For our last ApéroTalk of the summer, we’re extremely happy to welcome back Keith Stevens from Google, this time in partnership with Machine Learning Tokyo!
Keith will cover recent innovations in machine translation published by the team behind Google Translate.
Learn how these models are getting bigger, how they’re solving more complex tasks like simultaneous translation, and how embedding methods can be used to find and clean data.
We’ll go into depth about what problem each of these efforts are trying to solve, hear what new approaches are being used, and detail lessons learned while working on these challenges.
ApéroTalk is our event series based on a very simple (and very French) concept: Apéro and Talk.
• 7:00 pm – Doors open
• 7:30 pm – Talk and Q&A by Keith
• 8:30 pm – Networking session
About Keith Stevens
Keith Stevens has been on Google Translate for nearly years 7 years. His primary focus has been finding or creating the best data possible for improving Google Translate. This work has ranged from Crowdsourcing systems to neural based data cleaning techniques and automated parallel data mining.
About Machine Learning Tokyo
MLT is a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization dedicated to democratizing Machine Learning with a team of ML Engineers and Researchers and a community of more than 3,000 members. MLT hosts monthly Deep Learning workshops and opportunities to work on projects in AI for Social Good. mltokyo.ai
Find MLT events on Meetup https://www.meetup.com/Machine-Learning-Tokyo/
About Le Wagon Tokyo
Le Wagon Tokyo ( https://www.lewagon.com/tokyo) is a coding school for startups, creative people and tech entrepreneurs. Our 9-week Full-Stack Coding Bootcamp ( https://www.lewagon.com/program) is designed for complete beginners or “half-beginners” who really want to dive into programming and, above all, change their mindset. Learn to think like a developer, consider issues with new insight, and become more autonomous thanks to these newly acquired abilities.
The next Tokyo batch will start on September 30th and applications are open. ( https://www.lewagon.com/apply/tokyo) Still considering whether to apply or not? Try our free online track! ( https://www.lewagon.com/learn-to-code)
Our part-time bootcamp is now open!
The very first part-time session will start on September 14th. Discover the schedule, curriculum and more: https://www.lewagon.com/tokyo/program/part-time