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MLOps Coffee Sessions #76 with Mohamed Elgendy, Build a Culture of ML Testing and Model Quality. // Abstract Machine learning engineers and data scientists spend most of their time testing and validating their models’ performance. But as machine learning products become more integral to our daily lives, the importance of rigorously testing model be…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #75 with Shreya Shankar, Towards Observability for ML Pipelines. // Abstract Achieving observability in ML pipelines is a mess right now. We are tracking thousands of means, percentiles, and KL divergences of features and outputs in a haphazard attempt to figure out when and how to retrain models. In this session, we break dow…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #74 with Jesse Johnson, Scaling Biotech. // Abstract Scaling a biotech research platform requires managing organization complexity - teams, functions, projects - rather than just the traditional volume, velocity, and variety. By examining the processes and experiments that drive the platform, you can focus your work where it m…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #73 with Breno Costa and Matheus Frata, On Structuring an ML Platform 1 Pizza Team. // Abstract Breno and Matheus were part of an organizational change at Neoway in recent years. With the creation of cross-functional and platform teams in order to improve the value stream generated by these. They share their experience in crea…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #72 with Vishnu Rachakonda and Demetrios Brinkmann, 2021 MLOps Year in Review. // Abstract Vishnu and Demetrios sit down to reflect on some of the biggest news and learnings from 2021 from the biggest funding rounds to best insights. The two finish out the chat by talking about what to expect in 2022. // Bio Demetrios Brinkman…
 
Loblaws is one of Canada’s largest grocery store chains, Mefta's team at Loblaw Digital runs several ML systems such as search, recommendations, inventory, and labor prediction on production. In this conversation, he shares his experience setting up their ML platform on GCP using Vertex AI and open-source tools. The goal of this platform is to help…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #70 with Reah Miyara, 2022 Predictions for MLOps and the Industry. // Abstract MLOps has moved fast in the last year. What will 2022 be like in the MLOps ecosystem? Raeh from Arize AI comes on to talk to us about what he expects for the new year. Arize is kindly offering 20 free subscriptions to their tool. No marketing BS the…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #69 with James Lamb, Building for Small Data Science Teams co-hosted by Adam Sroka. // Abstract In this conversation, James shares some hard-won lessons on how to effectively use technology to create applications powered by machine learning models. James also talks about how making the "right" architecture decisions is as much…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #68 with Chris Albon, Wikimedia MLOps co-hosted by Neal Lathia. // Abstract // Bio Chris spent over a decade applying statistical learning, artificial intelligence, and software engineering to political, social, and humanitarian efforts. He is the Director of Machine Learning at the Wikimedia Foundation. Previously, Chris was …
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #67 with John Crousse, ML Stepping Stones: Challenges & Opportunities for Companies co-hosted by Adam Sroka. // Abstract In this coffee session, John shares his observations after working with multiple companies which were in the process of scaling up their ML capabilities. John's observations are mostly around changes in prac…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #66 with Jacopo Tagliabue, Machine Learning at Reasonable Scale. // Abstract We believe that immature data pipelines are preventing a large portion of industry practitioners from leveraging the latest research on ML: truth is, outside of Big Tech and advanced startups, ML systems are still far from producing the promised ROI. …
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #65 with Skylar Payne, The Future of Data Science Platforms is Accessibility. // Abstract The machine learning and data science space is blowing up -- new tools are popping up every day. While we seem to have every type of "Flow" and "Store" you could imagine, few people really understand how to glue this stuff together. Despi…
 
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MLOps Coffee Sessions #64 with Slater Victoroff, The Future of AI and ML in Process Automation. // Abstract The Unstructured Imperative Recent advances in AI have dramatically advanced the state of the art around unstructured data, especially in the spaces of NLP and computer vision. Despite this, the adoption of unstructured technologies has remai…
 
Dmytro Dzhulgakov, PyTorch: Bridging AI Research and Production. Talking PyTorch is always interesting, as the Facebook ML OSS project is one of the most important parts of the machine learning tooling ecosystem. This week, we talked to Dmytro Dzhulgakov, a tech lead for PyTorch. We started off talking about Dmytro's journey to being an engineer an…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #62 with Joel Grus, MLOps from Scratch. // Abstract In this talk, Joel Grus of “I don’t like notebooks” fame shares with us his 2021 perspective on notebooks, where he thinks MLOps is now, and what his hot takes in the data space are now. // Bio Joel Grus is a Principal Engineer at Capital Group, where he leads a team that bui…
 
MLOps Coffee Sessions #60 with Svet Penkov, ML Tests. // Abstract How confident do you feel when you deploy a new model? Does improving an ML model feel like a game of "whack-a-mole"? ML is taking over all sorts of industries and yet ML testing tools are virtually non-existent. Drawing parallels from software engineering and electronic circuit boar…
 
Coffee Sessions #60 with Alexandre Patry, Path to Productivity in Job Search and Job Recommendation AI at LinkedIn. // Abstract A year ago, LinkedIn job search and recommendation AI teams were at the end of a growth cycle. They were fighting many fires at once: a high number of user complaints, engineers spending a significant amount of their time …
 
Coffee Sessions #59 with Cody Coleman, Data Quality Over Quantity or Data Selection for Data-Centric AI. // Abstract Big data has been critical to many of the successes in ML, but it brings its own problems. Working with massive datasets is cumbersome and expensive, especially with unstructured data like images, videos, and speech. Careful data sel…
 
Coffee Sessions #58 with Anne Cocos, 10 Types of Features your Location ML Model is Missing. // Abstract Machine learning on geographic data is relatively under-studied in comparison to ML on other formats like images or graphs. But geographic data is prevalent across a wide variety of domains (although many practitioners may not think of it that w…
 
Coffee Sessions #57 with Michael Del Balso and Erik Bernhardsson, The Future of ML and Data Platforms. // Abstract Machine learning, data analytics, and software engineering are converging as data-intensive systems become more ubiquitous. Erik Bernhardsson, ex-CTO at Better and former Spotify machine learning lead, and Mike Del Balso, CEO at Tecton…
 
Soumanta wouldn't claim they've reached where they want to and they're still learning, so he's happy sharing successes as well as failures at Yugen.ai. // Abstract Determining Minimum Achievable Goals helps Yugen.ai ensure a significant amount of focus on value-added and impact before diving deep into solutions & building ML Systems. In this episod…
 
Coffee Sessions #55 with Salwa Muhammad, Learning and Teaching MLOps Applications. //Abstract Salwa shared her perspective on how FourthBrain and all learners can keep their education strategy fresh enough for the current zeitgeist. Furthermore, Salwa, Demetrios, and Vishnu talked about principles of effective learning that are important to keep in…
 
Coffee Sessions #54 with Niall Murphy, Machine Learning SRE. //Abstract SRE is making its way into the machine learning world. Software engineering for machine learning requires reliability, performance, and maintainability. Site reliability engineering is the field that deals with reliability and ensuring constant, real-time performance. Niall Mur…
 
Coffee Sessions #53 with David Aponte, Demetrios Brinkmann, and Vishnu Rachakonda, MLOps Insights. //Abstract MLOps Insights from MLOps community core organizers Demetrios Brinkmann, Vishnu Rachakonda, and David Aponte. In this conversation the guys do a deep dive on testing with respect to MLOps, talk about what they have learned recently around t…
 
Coffee Sessions #52 with Dave Bergstein, Vector Similarity Search at Scale. //Abstract Ever wonder how Facebook and Spotify now seem to know you better than your friends? Or why the search feature in some products really “gets” you while in other products it feels stuck in the '90s? The difference is vector search— a method of indexing and searchin…
 
Coffee Sessions #51 with Sahbi Chaieb, ML security: Why should you care? //Abstract Sahbi, a senior data scientist at SAS, joined us to discuss the various security challenges in MLOps. We went deep into the research he found describing various threats as part of a recent paper he wrote. We also discussed tooling options for this problem that is em…
 
Coffee Sessions #50 with Alex Chung and Srivathsan Canchi, Creating MLOps Standards. // Abstract With the explosion in tools and opinionated frameworks for machine learning, it's very hard to define standards and best practices for MLOps and ML platforms. Based on their building AWS SageMaker and Intuit's ML Platform respectively, Alex Chung and Sr…
 
Coffee Sessions #49 with Stefan Krawczyk, Aggressively Helpful Platform Teams. //Abstract At Stitch Fix there are 130+ “Full Stack Data Scientists” who in addition to doing data science work, are also expected to engineer and own data pipelines for their production models. One data science team, the Forecasting, Estimation, and Demand team were in …
 
Coffee Sessions #48 with Julien Chaumond, Tour of Upcoming Features on the Hugging Face Model Hub. //Abstract Julien Chaumond’s Tour of Upcoming Features on the Hugging Face Model Hub. Our MLOps community guest in this episode is Julien Chaumond the CTO of Hugging Face - every data scientist’s favorite NLP Swiss army knife. Julien, David, and Demet…
 
Coffee Sessions #47 with Jeremy Howard, fast.ai, AutoML, Software Engineering for ML. //Abstract Advancement in ML Workflows: You've been around the ML world for long enough to have seen how much workflows, tooling, frameworks, etc. have matured and allowed for greater scale and access. We'd love to reflect on your personal journey in this regard a…
 
Coffee Sessions #46 with Pablo Estevez, What We Learned from 150 Successful ML-enabled Products at Booking.com. //Abstract While most of the Machine Learning literature focuses on the algorithmic or mathematical aspects of the field, not much has been published about how Machine Learning can deliver meaningful impact in an industrial environment wh…
 
MLOps community meetup #70! Last Wednesday, we talked to Monika Venckauskaite, Senior Machine Learning Engineer at Vinted. //Abstract One of the areas, that is the most transformed by ML these years is cybersecurity. Traditionally, SIEM (Security Intelligence and Event Management) is performed by human analysts. However, as the cyber powers and too…
 
Coffee Sessions #45 with Diego Oppenheimer of Algorithmia, Enterprise Security and Governance MLOps. //Abstract MLOps in the enterprise is difficult due to security and compliance. In this MLOps Coffee Session, the CEO of Algorithmia, Diego talks to us about how we can better approach MLOps within the enterprise. This is an introduction to essentia…
 
Coffee Sessions #44 with Grant Wright of SEEK Ltd., Autonomy vs. Alignment: Scaling AI Teams to Deliver Value. /Abstract Setting AI teams up for success can be difficult, especially when you’re trying to balance the need to provide teams with autonomy to innovate and solve interesting problems while ensuring they are aligned to the organizations' s…
 
In this Machine Learning System Design Review, Shaji Chennan Kunnummel walks us through the system design for Pinterest’s near-real-time architecture for detecting similar images. We discuss their usage of Kafka, Flink, rocksdb, and much more. Starting with the high-level requirements for the system, we discussed Pinterest’s focus on debuggability …
 
MLOps community meetup #69! Last Wednesday we talked to Emmanuel Raj, Senior Machine Learning Engineer at TietoEvry. //Abstract The talk focuses on simplifying/demystifying MLOps, encourages others to take steps to learn this powerful SE method. We also talked about Emmanuel's journey in ML engineering, the evolution of MLOps, daily life, and SE pr…
 
MLOps community meetup #68! Last Wednesday we talked to Veselina Staneva of TeachableHub, Simarpal Khaira of Intuit, and Korri Jones of Chick-fil-A, Inc. //Abstract Building, Designing, or even just casting the vision for MLOps for your company, whether a large corporation or an agile start-up up, shouldn't be a nigh-impossible task. Complex, but n…
 
Coffee Sessions #43 with Kyle Gallatin of Etsy, Maturing Machine Learning in Enterprise. //Abstract The definition of Data Science in production has evolved dramatically in recent years. Despite increasing investments in MLOps, many organizations still struggle to deliver ML quickly and effectively. They often fail to recognize an ML project as a m…
 
MLOps community meetup #66! Last Wednesday we talked to Alfredo Deza, Author and Speaker. //Abstract In this episode, the MLOps community talks about the importance of bringing DevOps principles and discipline into Machine Learning. Alfredo explains insights around creating the MLOps role, automation, constant feedback loops, and the number one obj…
 
MLOps community meetup #65! Last Wednesday we talked to Kseniia Melnikova, Product Owner (Data/AI), SoftwareOne. //Abstract In this MLOps Meetup, we talked about the Machine Learning model lifecycle and development stages and then analyze the main mistakes that everybody does at each stage. Kseniia also provided the audience with solutions to the m…
 
Coffee Sessions #42 with Amit Paka of Fiddler AI, Model Performance Monitoring. //Abstract Machine Learning accelerates business growth but is prone to performance degradation due to its high reliance on data. Moreover, MLOps is often fragmented in many organizations, causing frictions to debug models in production. With new rules from the EU that …
 
Coffee Sessions #41 with Monmayuri Ray of Gitlab, CI/CD in MLOPS. //Abstract We all are familiar with the concept of MVP. In the world of DevOps, one is also familiar with Minimal Viable Feature and further Minimal Viable change. CI/CD is the orchestrator and the underlying base to enable automated experimentation, to start small, and build an idea…
 
MLOps community meetup #64! Last Wednesday we talked to Christopher Bergh, CEO, DataKitchen. //Abstract Working on a shared technically difficult problem there will be some things that are important no matter what industry you are in. Whether it's building cars in a factory, using agile or scrum methodology, or productionizing ML models you need a …
 
Coffee Sessions #40 with Srivatsan Srinivasan of AIEngineering, Scaling AI in Production. //Abstract //Bio 20+ years of intense passion for building data-driven applications and products for top financial customers. Srivatsan has been a trusted advisor to a senior-level executive from business and technology, helping them with complex transformatio…
 
Coffee Sessions #39 with Stephen Galsworthy of Quby, MLOps: A leader's perspective. //Abstract //Bio Dr. Stephen Galsworthy is a data leader skilled at building high-performing teams and passionate about developing data-powered products with lasting impact on users, businesses, and society. Most recently he was the Chief Data and Product Officer at…
 
MLOps community meetup #63! Last Wednesday we talked to Felipe Campos Penha, Senior Data Scientist, Cargill. //Abstract Can one learn anything useful by creating content online? The usual answer is a sounding YES. But what about live coding an MLOps project on Twitch? Can anything good come out of it? //Bio Felipe Penha creates content about Data S…
 
MLOps community meetup #62! Last Wednesday we talked to Oguzhan Gencoglu, Co-founder & Head of AI, Top Data Science. //Abstract Starting the AI adoption with AI Proof-of-Concepts (PoCs) is the most common choice for most companies. Yet, a significant percentage of AI PoCs do not make it into production whether they were successful or not. Furthermo…
 
Coffee Sessions #38 with Adam Sroka of Origami Energy, Organisational Challenges of MLOps. //Abstract Deploying data science solutions into production is challenging for both small and large organizations. From platform and tooling wars to architecture and design pattern trade-offs it can get overwhelming for inexperienced teams. Furthermore, many …
 
MLOps community meetup #61! Last Wednesday we talked to Lex Beattie, Michael Munn, and Mike Moran. //Abstract We started out talking about some of the main bottlenecks they have encountered over the years of trying to push data products into production environments. Then things started to heat up as we dove into the topic of monitoring ML and inevi…
 
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