by Yu Cai, Applied Computing
Michigan Tech is excited to provide CyberHusky training to local middle and high school students. This year, we’re concentrating on teaching machine learning with Python because artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly important in our daily lives.
We’ll begin by teaching Python for a few weeks and then dive into studying popular machine learning techniques. Additionally, we’ll take part in cybersecurity competitions like CyberPatriots and the Michigan Governor’s High School Cyber Challenge.
The CyberHusky program is run by professors and students from the College of Computing. Our first session will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. next Saturday (Sept. 16) in Room 117 of Kanwal and Ann Rekhi Hall on Michigan Tech’s campus.
If you want to learn more and apply, please the CyberHusky Team website.