Paolo Fantozzi

Co-founder - Trevize

I am a PhD student at Sapienza University of Rome in Engineering in Computer Science, I am a co-founder of Trevize, a company specialized in machine learning and big data. I use to code in python, R, Java, Scala and any other language useful to manage data. During my PhD I am investigating the using of neural networks and hyper-graphs to analyse, represent and generate text. ArchLinux user from a decade and strong supporter of open source technologies of any kind.

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Generating new Beatles' songs

Unfortunately, from the original Beatles formation (sorry Pete Best), only Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney (maybe) are left. So we can't have new songs from Beatles. But we all want more Beatles' songs. In this talk you will learn how to train and use the OpenAI's GPT2 model (that has not been released for almost a year due of "safety and security concerns") for this purpose. First of all we will retrieve the actual Beatles' song from the web, and then we will use a Google Colab notebook to use the power of the GPU in order to generate new lyrics. The music is up to you (for now).

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

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