The SciTinyML: Scientific Use of Machine Learning on Low-Power Devices workshop hosted by the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics has been postponded to October 18-22 2021 due to the global semiconductor shortage as a result of COVID-19. View the updated flyer. In the meantime, we will be holding three introductory seminars for the Academic Network on:
- September 17: Academic Network Introduction and Why the Future of ML is Tiny and Bright with Prof. Vijay Janapa Reddi of Harvard University. Vijay’s slides. Full Seminar Video.
- October 1: Software Tools for TinyML with Prof. Marcelo Rovai of Universidade Federal de Itajubá. Marcelo’s Slides. Full Seminar Video. Chat Log.
- October 8, 1-2pm GMT: Case Studies of Embedded ML in Rwanda and Brazil and Academic Network AMA Hosted by Marco Zennaro. Marco’s Slides. Video of Marco’s Presentation. Videos of Case Studies Coming Soon.
If you are a member of the Academic Network make sure to join our Discord – the invite link should be in your email!
We’ve collected links to free online courses on edX and Coursera to help you get started learning about TinyML. To view the current course offerings check out our TinyML Courses page!
We are working to collect materials from all courses that teach TinyML to create an easy to access repository of course modules, readings, slides, assignments, etc. To view our current materials and learn more about teaching your own TinyML course check out our Teach TinyML page!
If you want to be more involved with our effort to help improve access to TinyML educational materials and hardware resources worldwide, or would like to be a part of the network, reach out to us at edu@tinyML.org!
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