Use decision trees to build drawable shortcuts

Dec. 9, 2017, 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Machine learning is not only about neural networks. You can also use decision trees to find out what a user draw on the screen. Classification algorithms are an easy starting point to understand how to make your browser smarter. We will have a look at how they work and how to use them to make easy shortcuts in your browser by drawing geometric forms on the screen.

Martin Sonnenholzer

Martin is a frontend developer, who worked with angularjs since version 1.0.7. While he studied math and computer science he had the opportunity to get in contact with machine learning, where his need to make the world easier for users originated. At idealo Martin works on that topic by developing internal tools. In his spare time, he is organizing the Angular meetup in Berlin.

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