Every week, we dig through our events calendar and hand-select five events worth checking out. This week is loaded with inspiration — whether you want to expand your mind or sharpen your skills. See what’s going on this week in Colorado tech.
Machine Learning Exposed: The Fundamentals || Enterprise Platform Cognition, September 12 at 5:30 p.m.
If you work in tech, you’ve no doubt heard the term “machine learning.” This is your chance to learn what it actually means. Join local tech experts James Weaver and Kyle Dunn as they cover the basics of machine learning in an approachable way, introducing attendees to the different applications and the math behind the technology.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained: How to get where you want to go, September 12 at 6 p.m.
Nothing great has ever been achieved without taking a little (or a big) risk. At this event, you’ll hear from five local entrepreneurs and creatives about the risks they’ve taken and the rewards they’ve reaped as a result. Get inspired to find your passions and gather tips for achieving success in whatever you pursue.
2017 Insights Series: Digital Predator or Digital Prey?, September 13 at 7:30 a.m.
Keeping up with cybersecurity best practices and effectively managing IT infrastructure is a constant battle. Today’s CIOs must understand how to stay on top and avoid leaving their systems vulnerable to digital predators. At this Colorado Technology Association event, you’ll learn how to do just that by better understanding the evolving IT landscape.
Tech And...UX + Urban Planning, September 14 at 6 p.m.
It’s no secret that Denver is growing fast, and that means urban development is moving at a quicker pace than ever before. In this expert panel, you’ll hear both urban planners and user experience designers discuss how UX principles can be applied to urban design. The idea is to create urban experiences that are useful, simple and delightful to local citizens.
Women’s Leadership Camp by MergeLane, September 15-17 at 9 a.m.
Mergelane is the startup accelerator dedicated to supporting companies with at least one female leader. This weekend, they’ll be hosting their annual Women’s Leadership Camp, which is a three-day intensive workshop that provides women with the tools they need to be strong, successful leaders in the context of launching and operating a startup.
View all of this week’s events — or submit your own — on our events calendar.