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Machine Learning and Learning from Machines: Call for Contributions
What do you think about this statement?
"Ultimately, the interaction between machine and human can be implemented such that the hybrid outcome is the most optimized.”
This conclusion drawn by Ehsan Naeini and Kenton Prindle in 2018 (published in The Leading Edge) is the incipit of a new project for which we would like to hear from you! Ehsan is compiling a range of case studies where you successfully implemented a ML pipeline and learned something from the data and/or had to deal with data quality issues that you had not thought of before. [Read here the full call for contributions]
These contributions will serve as valuable examples for a new EAGE e-Lecture or course (depending on the received content).
Please send your contribution to email@example.com
by 15 April 2022
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|The 2022 Extensive Online Short Courses calendar has been updated, we continuously complement our selection of courses with new hot industry topics.
Latest addition to our Extensive courses portfolio is Geological CO2 Storage by A. Busch, E. Mackay, F. Doster, M. Landro, P. Ringrose.
First delivery is scheduled to start 17 January 2022 followed by the second edition starting 3 May 2022.
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