Accelebrate teaches on-site Machine Learning training courses at client sites throughout the San Francisco area and other California sites.
Machine Learning, a part of artificial intelligence, automates the building of analytical models. Computer systems use algorithms and models, rather than explicit programming, to infer patterns and predict outcomes.
Accelebrate's Machine Learning training courses teach your team the basics of how to build machine learning solutions using the latest technologies, including Python, TensorFlow, Keras, and the wide array of tools available in the AWS cloud.
In San Francisco and elsewhere in California, we have trained for:
Here is feedback from past students in California:
Instructor made the class - best instructor I've experienced in the past twenty (20) years.- Jeff L, Pacific Gas & Electric, San Francisco, CA
This class was informative, it kept my interest.- Maureen S, Pacific Gas & Electric, San Francisco, CA
Great instructor. He really knew his material and was able to present it in an engaging fashion!- Michael A, LACEA, Los Angeles, CA
The course content is very good and the instructor is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic in sharing info.- Anonymous, AARP, Lakewood, CA
If you want to get energized about a technical topic, get Accelebrate! After my training, I'm ready, willing, and best of all, now able to tackle some new solutions.- Colin C, Kaiser Permanente, Pasadena, CA
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Accelebrate’s training classes are available for private groups of 3 or more people at your site or online anywhere worldwide.
Don't settle for a "one size fits all" public class! Have Accelebrate deliver exactly the training you want, privately at your site or online, for less than the cost of a public class.
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