Splash Biography

DAVID MORLEY, UCLA Computer Science and Engineering

Major: Not available.

College/Employer: UCLA

Year of Graduation: Not available.

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Past Classes

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X259: Networking and Building Professional Relationships in Splash Spring 2022 (Apr. 23, 2022)
Do you want to learn how to build professional relationships? Join this class to learn how to create your LinkedIn profile and expand your network, so you’re equipped with the right tools to navigate your professional life!

M263: Machine Learning Applications in Splash Spring 2022 (Apr. 23, 2022)
In this course students will get a hands on introduction to machine learning and learn how to train computer vision models to classify different objects and distinguish between the meaning of different words. No experience is required and students should bring laptops as they will be developing python code in Google Colab.

M221: Natural Language Processing (How Siri, Google Translate, Alexa, etc. work) in Splash Winter 2020 (Feb. 01, 2020)
This class will cover some of the techniques that are used in natural language processing (word vector/character models, etc) and also provide a brief interlude into machine learning. At the end of the class there will be a discussion to ask questions about the topic and find out ways to learn more. Free intel swag and other goodies will be provided to all who attend!

M136: Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning in Education in Splash Spring 2019 (Apr. 20, 2019)
*This will be an Intel sponsored event. Snacks, intel swag, and more information about intel AI will be provided to all who attend.* This course will be a basic introduction to some of the techniques that are used in modern day NLP, such as word vectors, convolutional neural nets and many others. The course will not be purely STEM based and will also talk about some of the interesting applications of this technology to improving our education, and other, systems.