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In this workshop, you’ll learn how Transformers are used as the building blocks of modern large language models (LLMs). You’ll then use these models for various NLP tasks, including text classification, named-entity recognition (NER), author attribution, and question answering. You’ll also learn how to analyze various model features, constraints, and characteristics to determine which model is best suited for a particular use case based on metrics, domain specificity, and available resources. More information: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/training/instructor-led-workshops/natural-language-processing/

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Any person who requires a reasonable accommodation on the basis of a disability in order to participate in this program should contact Tue Vu at least one week prior to the event to arrange for the accommodation. 

Presented by Tue Vu

Thursday, October 12, 2023
10:00am - 1:00pm
Hosted by:
Fondren Library
Moody 125
  Faculty/staff     Graduates     Undergraduates  
  Scholarship and Research > Computational Skills  

Registration is required. There are 26 seats available.