In this course you will go through a real life machine learning project from start to finish and develop a model in a similar way to leading tech organisations. We will explore the following four areas each week:
The case study we will work through is an anonymised dataset where the desire is to predict customer churn. What that exactly means and how it is exactly done will be discovered through the sessions using the Open Algorithm Design framework.
There will be an opportunity for students to apply to attend a four week full-time paid internship at northraine where extensive real-life projects can be explained, taught and walked through (including access to research methodologies and client presentations). Spots are limited for this opportunity.
WeTeachMe Courses take place once per week over 4 weeks at the same time and place. With an intensive syllabus, each course is taught by an industry professional through experience only to ensure that attendees receive in-the-field experience that is relevant to today's market.
These courses are perfect for the professional or enthusiast who wants to brush up on their skills and knowledge, without the commitment of a full-time or part-time course.
Martin Kemka is an Analyst at Northraine. Northraine is a machine learning/AI consultancy that looks to 'recondition the human condition' by designing and researching predictive analytics. 40% of time is spent on research with 60% on consultation. Projects cover commercial implementations and pro-bono explorations assisting mental heal and human rights issues internationally.
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“The City of Melbourne continues to develop new ways to gather and share information to support those whose innovations and developments underpin the growth of the city. We broaden understanding and respect for Melbourne’s diverse knowledge sector and ensure learning can be a lifelong process.”
Inspire9 is the original community-led co-working space for Melbourne’s startups, freelancers, and creative entrepreneurs. It is a community in the truest sense. We share ideas, responsibilities and opportunities. We collaborate on projects, help our neighbours with a tricky technical problem and broker business deals over a game of pool or ping-pong. At the end of the week, we savour the satisfaction of work well done over a cheese plate and glass of something nice at our friendly Friday Night Drinks.
The Dream Factory has created a space for extraordinary people to gather and innovate in design, technology and social change. It is owned and powered by Impact Investment Group and has become one of Melbourne’s premier workplaces and event locations. The building features an ample on-site and secure car parking, very accessible bike paths from Melbourne CBD and inner north, great end-of-trip facilities, and loads of breakout spaces, meeting rooms and communal areas. The rooftop is one of Melbourne’s best panoramas of the city and port and is accessible to all its tenants.
SPARK empowers, educates and brings together Melbourne's most aspiring entrepreneurs. An initiative by Deakin University, our mission is simple: To invite everyone, Teach the curious, and Empower the best.
SPARK is more than just a moment in time, a source of funding, an event, or even a community. Spark is an startup ecosystem designed to help solve real problems and create a better future.
Startup Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation set up to create More Founders and Better Founders.
Startup Victoria is the go-to destination for all startup related topics. We believe that Melbourne can be one of the world’s best cities to build a startup. We want to help make that a reality by helping to accelerate the growth of Victoria’s startup ecosystem.
Wade Institute is home to The University of Melbourne’s Master of Entrepreneurship. When you’re teaching people to create, make and innovate, the space they occupy should invite them to create new things from the moment they walk in. The Wade Institute centre will do just that.
Rather than walk into a building full of classrooms and offices, students will enter a space with a kit of parts, from walls and screens to different desk parts and lights. This main studio workshop is a white canvas with colourful parts ready to become whatever students and staff need it to be – from open plan classroom to office, customer lab or forum to pitch their business idea.