Yesterday I gave a dev talk at Philly Tech Week on machine learning for healthcare, slides embedded below.
Description: "How are machine learning and data science being adopted in healthcare? From diagnostics, risk predictions, and more, this session will provide an overview of machine learning applications using electronic health records, walk through the process of how a model might be trained and used, and discuss methods for improving interpretability to augment medical decision-making."
Here's a link to the slides of you want to see my notes.
I think the talk went pretty well. In fact, I think I am actually a pretty good speaker, although I'm not sure how much I get out of speaking personally. The talk was pretty well attended, and I did receive a lot of positive feedback, so hopefully I inspired some people in healthcare or machine learning in some way or another.