Passionate about solving human problems, Chanran’s main interests are computer vision and natural language processing while using machine learning and deep learning. He’s written a book on transfer learning and he often gives lectures on it.
Today, Chanran is running Pseudo Labs, a machine learning community he founded in [year]. Pseudo Labs is all about sharing knowledge on machine learning and deep learning studies for free, offering Kaggle meetups, code sharing and other events in the Republic of Korea.
When Chanran isn’t running hackathons for Pseudo Labs, you’ll find him watching Premier League soccer matches or honing his food photography (pop over to his Instagram to see some mouth-watering shots).
Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.
Vincent van Gogh
What can you now do on a Z that you couldn’t do before?
Before I could only train a model in instant, but now long-term projects are also possible.
What is the next thing you want to learn or experiment with on your Z?
I’m interested in trying neural architecture search and hyperparameter search.
How has access to powerful NVIDIA GPUs helped to push your work further?
Training deeper and larger models and various models for ensemble models simultaneously
What’s your favorite Z feature?
How compact it is for the impact it has.