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Deep Learning Institute Train-the-Trainer Session with SGInnovate and NVIDIA
Presented by NVIDIA and SGInnovate
SGInnovate, in partnership with NVIDIA, is holding the Deep Learning Institute (DLI) Train-the-Trainer Sessions to train a pool of certified DLI instructors who will support future DLI workshops. This is part of a concerted effort to build the Deep Learning capabilities of the local talent in the Singapore ecosystem.
Our master trainers have been carefully selected based on a variety of skills and qualities that make them excellent DLI trainers.
Charles (Charlie) Killam, LP.D. a Senior Certified Instructor and Curriculum Designer at NVIDIA's Deep Learning Institute (DLI) is the master trainer for the sessions on 13 & 14 December, 2017 Train-the-Trainer Session. Charlie works across all verticals, his efforts focus primarily on the application of deep neural networks (DNNs) in the healthcare space.
*Train-the-Trainer session is by invitation only.
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