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February's Geek Lunch Explores Data in Computer Vision Models In a world where AI is permeating everyday life, data remains at the heart of the conversation. Controversial yet crucial, a machine learning model relies on quality datasets to perform well. But how do you know if you have a quality dataset? It should be as simple as looking at it, but often engineers find themselves building their own tools just to make that happen in a meaningful way.…Find out more »
Connect with Gorge-area women in STEM and allies in a low-pressure, fast-paced networking event designed to spark new connections! Come join GWIS for a fun evening of wine and networking with amazing local women in STEM careers and their allies! Your $5 ticket through the Eventbrite link below includes one drink coupon and light appetizers. This informal event is a great opportunity to meet and connect with professionals in various STEM fields. Whether you're a student, early-career professional, or seasoned…Find out more »
The GTA sponsors an informal Happy Hour at the Volcanic Bottle Shoppe in the Hood River Heights on the second Thursday of each month. Come enjoy a beverage and meet others working in STEM Education or in the local high tech industries! (GTA Members and Sponsors, your first beverage is on us!) This happy hour is open to anyone who works in tech, loves innovation, supports STEM work, recruits workforce, manufactures products, develops craft fermentation, or just loves anything nerdy!…Find out more »
What’s it like to be an astronaut? Hear from NASA Commander Jeff Williams in person as he shares his experiences with conducting research onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Commander Williams has spent 534 days on board the ISS and executed 5 spacewalks, making him one of NASA's most experienced astronauts. The GTA and Columbia Gorge STEM Hub are bringing Commander Williams to the Gorge on March 21st, to visit schools and speak to students during the day, and…Find out more »