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Descartes Labs to Host GEOINT 2021 Training Workshop on Creating Machine Learning-Based Computer Vision Models for Planetary Scale Data Analysis

By Eric Van Rees - 10th September 2021 - 05:05

Descartes Labs, a geospatial intelligence firm originating out of Los Alamos National Laboratory, will host a free training workshop at GEOINT 2021 that will teach attendees to leverage Machine Learning (ML) and Computer Vision (CV) technologies to extract actionable information from multiple diverse geospatial data sets at planetary scale.

The one-hour workshop, “Advanced Geospatial Analytics Utilizing Ever Increasing Geo Data with Computer Vision at Planetary Scale: Learn to Build and Deploy Machine Learning Models for Young Professionals to Senior Scientists,” will be held at 2 pm CT on Weds., October 6, at the America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis, Missouri. (Room TBD)

“The most daunting challenge facing GEOINT professionals is extracting insights from enormous volumes and varieties of multimodal sensor data sets,” said John Shriver, Platform Team Lead at Descartes Labs. “This session will demonstrate the tools available to automate the geospatial analytics workflow.”

Open to all GEOINT 2021 participants, the workshop is designed for anyone in the geospatial data science and analytics pipeline – from managers and team leaders to algorithm modelers and analysts. Students are also welcome.

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