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Code of Conduct

MLT promotes an inclusive environment that values integrity, openness and respect. We are committed to a supportive study and work environment for our community members and the MLT core team, and to provide the opportunity for individuals to reach their fullest potential.

We aim to create a community culture that is collaborative, inclusive and empowering and therefore free of intimidation, bias and discrimination. Thus, we do not tolerate harassment and discrimination of members and participants in any form.

MLT events are for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that company representatives, recruiters and consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to MLT events, and/or send private and public messages/posts through MLT communication channels.

This code of conduct applies to all MLT spaces and events, online and offline, including but not limited to meetups, Twitter, Slack, mailing lists. Anyone who violates this code of conduct may be excluded or expelled from these spaces and events at the discretion of the board of directors.



  • How can I contribute to MLT?
    Want to lead study sessions? Get in touch. Build and work on projects? Fill out this quick form. Become an Ambassador and host an event in your city. Your company would like to collaborate with MLT? We'd love to hear from you. 🤖
  • How can I join MLT as a member?
    You can join MLT as a member by joining Meetup or joining the membership on our website.
  • Are talks, workshops and study sessions recorded?"
    Yes, most of our online events have been recorded, you can find them on the MLT YouTube channel. Don't forget to subscribe! 🚀
  • Where can I find code examples and tutorials?
    You can find math, machine learning and deep learning code and tutorials on our MLT GitHub. Give it a star if you appreciate a repo! ⭐️
  • Where can I find more information about MLT?
    You can find more information about MLT in our GitHub Starterkit, which includes general information, a form for engineers who'd like to work on projects, our code of conduct and more.
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