Deep Learning 101 | TonTon H.-D. Huang Ph.D. (黃獻德) | 台灣雪豹科技


黃獻德 (痛痛),於國立成功大學資訊工程學系取得博士學位,目前於台灣雪豹科技從事包括自然語言處理(NLP)、深度學習(Deep Learning)、人工智慧(AI)、惡意程式分析、區塊鍊、第二型模糊邏輯及知識本體與應用等相關 AI 研究的應用與開發,並且陸續在 IEEE BigData, IEEE SMC 等學術會議和 AI Village@Defcon 26, RuxCon 2017, OWASP AppSec USA 2017 and HITCON 2015 & 2014等國際資訊安全會議演講並發表其研究相關成果;同時他也發起 Deep Learning 101 (台灣最早最高的深度學習/人工智慧(AI)社群,始於2016/11)。他於2008年06月取得國立臺南大學數位學習科技學系碩士學位。在攻讀博士班學位時,他參與了科技部2012台法(NSC-INRIA)聯合團隊人員交流計畫 至法國國家信息與自動化研究所以及2010 台灣與英國頂尖大學前期合作研究計畫至英國艾賽克斯大學參與研究;同時亦多次參與協辦台灣與英國和法國等大學的國際交流活動。此外,他過去亦曾陸續服務於台灣威瑞特系統科技股份有限公司安碁資訊股份有限公司以及國家實驗研究院國家高速網路與計算中心

Hsien-De Huang [黃獻德] (a.k.a. TonTon [痛痛]) completed his Ph. D. degree in Computer Science (CSIE) at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C. He is currently working for Leopard Mobile. (台灣雪豹科). His major research interests include AI, NLP, Deep Learning, Blockchain, Malware Analysis, Type-2 Fuzzy Logic, and Ontology Applications. He has published papers in IEEE conferences including IEEE BigData, and IEEE SMC, and gave several presentations at AI Village@Defcon 26, RuxCon 2017, OWASP AppSec USA 2017 and HITCON 2015 & 2014, and organizer of Deep Learning 101 (the top private AI Meetup in Taiwan). He received M.S. degree in Information and Learning Technology (ILT) from National University of Tainan (NUTN) Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C in 2008. He also was a visiting Ph. D. student in the research project “2012 NSC-INRIA International Program - Associate Team (II)” at INRIA Saclay (with advisor Dr. Olivier Teytaud), France and research project “2010 Initiative Research Cooperation among Top Universities between UK and Taiwan" at University of Essex (with advisor Prof. Hani Hagras), UK. In the past few years, he has worked for various companies including a Software Developer at Verint Systems (Taiwan) Ltd., Senior Security Engineer at Acer Cyber Security Inc. (ACSI) and Project Assistant Researcher at the National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC).

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