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October 11 - 13, 2021 | Online April 2022 | Munich

Leonardo De Marchi
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Leonardo De Marchi

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Leonardo De Marchi holds a master’s degree in artificial intelligence and has worked as a data scientist in the sports world, with clients such as the New York Knicks and Manchester United, and with large social networks, like Justgiving.

He now works as a Head of Data Science in Vavacars. His previous experience includes Head of Data Science and Analytics in Badoo, the largest dating site with over 500 million users. He is also the lead instructor at ideai.io, a company specializing in reinforcement learning, deep learning, and machine learning training.

He is also a contractor for several companies and for the European Commission, as an expert in AI and machine learning. As an author, he wrote “Hands On Deep Learning” and authored an online training course for O’Reilly: Introduction to Reinforcement Learning.

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Workshop: Advancements in Natural Language Processing (NLP)




All talks by Leonardo De Marchi from other editions

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AI Red Teaming: a facial recognition case study



december 2021 december 2021 -

Workshop: Advancements in NLP



All talks by Leonardo De Marchi

juni2022 juni2022 -

Workshop: Advancements in Natural Language Processing (NLP)




All talks by Leonardo De Marchi from other editions

december 2021 december 2021 -

AI Red Teaming: a facial recognition case study



december 2021 december 2021 -

Workshop: Advancements in NLP