Dr. Manjeet Rege, Associate Professor of Graduate Programs in Software at St. Thomas, joins a panel discussion on "Machine Learning Everywhere: Build Your Ladder to AI". See Manjeet's IBM promotional video on the broadcast that begins this Tuesday, February 27th at noon CST.
View details about this event and listen to the IBM broadcast here: http://ibm.co/2oz5BzI
Read more about Dr. Rege's insights on Machine Learning: The next transformational technology -- IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub Blog
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