Machine Learning

NOV 1 
Cyber + tech
with Riot Games
Mid-Term with Riot Games Schedule

How do self-driving cars get around on their own? There’s a lot to it. But a key element is image recognition.

Neural networks identify patterns in data, which is fed to the machine learning algorithms. In this case, that data includes images from cameras on self-driving cars from which the neural network learns to identify traffic lights, trees, curbs, pedestrians, street signs and other parts of any given driving environment.

What does this have to do with you? Well that’s what you are here for — machine learning up a self-driving car to recognise street signs + more!

First things first!

Before joining us, we have some requests!

In addition to your laptop (or the on you have arranged to borrow from us), have a pen and paper handy. We’ll need you to download one or two things too but we can talk about those bits on Tuesday.

We will share the slides & information from the sessions 
in the dropbox folder below.


We are delighted Woman-in-STEM 
Aanchal Mittal will be leading 
this week's activities!  
She and her team at Riot
secure games & player experience. 
Last year she shared with us 
some of her experience in 

Important links!  We'll share links to extra information here. 
See some moments from last year, too!

Webinar Recordings & Highlights Here

In the news:
Presentations from the Friday Finale

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Meet this week's "Rioters"

And who is Riot Games?

Riot Games was founded in 2006 to develop, publish, and support the 
most player-focused games in the world. In 2009, we released our debut 
title, League of Legends, to worldwide acclaim. League has gone on to 
be the most-played PC game in the world and a key driver of the explosive 
growth of esports. 

Founded by Brandon Beck and Marc Merrill, and led by CEO Nicolo Laurent, 
Riot is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and has 3,000+ Rioters 
in 20+ offices worldwide. We're certified as a Great Place to Work and 
we’ve been featured on numerous lists! See Fortune’s “100 Best Companies 
to Work For,” “25 Best Companies to Work in Technology,” “100 Best Work
places for Millennials,” and “50 Best Workplaces for Flexibility.”
Your Teen-Turn Lead Mentors this week: