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2020-2021

Gradient Flow #37: Automation in DataOps, Neural RecSys, Self-Supervision

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 485 words which will take you about 3 minutes to read. “Moses was technically the first person to download files to his tablet from the cloud.” – @ADDiane Data Exchange podcast Automation in Data Management and Data Labeling  Hyun Kim is co-founder and CEO of Superb AI, a startup building tools to help companies manageContinue reading “Gradient Flow #37: Automation in DataOps, Neural RecSys, Self-Supervision”

Gradient Flow #36: Model Monitoring, Hydrofoils, Data Portability

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 428 words which will take you about 2 minutes to read. “Preferences are optional and subject to constraints, whereas constraints are neither optional nor subject to preferences.” – Marko Papic Data Exchange podcast Making Boats Fly with Reinforcement Learning and Ray   Nic Hohn (Chief Data Scientist, McKinsey/QuantumBlack Australia) describes how they used Ray RLlibContinue reading “Gradient Flow #36: Model Monitoring, Hydrofoils, Data Portability”

Gradient Flow #35: Optimizing Inference, Workflow Tools, RL in Large Enterprises

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 510 words which will take you about 3 minutes to read. “The thing about machine learning scientists is that they never admit defeat because all of their problems can be solved with more data.” – William Tunstall-Pedoe Data Exchange podcast Why You Should Optimize Your Deep Learning Inference Platform   As companies deploy deep learningContinue reading “Gradient Flow #35: Optimizing Inference, Workflow Tools, RL in Large Enterprises”

Gradient Flow #34: Modernizing Data Governance, DataOps for ML, Declarative Interfaces

Subscribe • Previous Issues This edition has 510 words which will take you about 3 minutes to read. “If something cannot go on forever it will stop.” – Herbert Stein Data Exchange podcast Injecting Software Engineering Practices and Rigor into Data Governance  As the amount and importance of data grows within organizations, there is growing interest in tools that enable them toContinue reading “Gradient Flow #34: Modernizing Data Governance, DataOps for ML, Declarative Interfaces”

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