DataHour: Key steps for Designing Convolutional Neural Network(CNN) for Image Classification

Online 23-09-2022 07:00 PM to 23-09-2022 08:00 PM
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  • Knowledge and Learning


DataHour Recording

Find the resources used in the DataHour HERE.

About the DataHour:

In this DataHour Arpit will explain the following topics:

  • What is computer vision? 
  • What is CNN and Different layers used in CNN
  • Various Applications of CNN in our day to day life.
  • Key components for Designing CNN Architecture?
  • Tools used for Designing CNN?

Prerequisites:Basic understanding ML and enthusiasm to learn.

Who is this DataHour for?

  • Students & Freshers who want to build a career in the Data-tech domain.
  • Working professionals who want to transition to the Data-tech domain.
  • Data science professionals who want to accelerate their career growth


Arpit Yadav, Senior Data Scientist INSOFE

Arpit is currently working as a Senior Data Scientist INSOFE. He is also working as Researcher in AIML. He is an International Speaker in DS/ML/DL/AI. He is working as a Freelancer Corporate Trainer in Python, Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. 

He is currently pursuing Ph. D in Machine Learning from SVVV Indore. Arpit has done PGP in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning from Texas Austin USA. He has done M.Tech in VLSI Design and B. E in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. He is having 11+ Years of Experience in VLSI Research, Machine Learning, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. 

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