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The hidden technical debt in Machine Learning Systems

Thursday April 8th, 2021

5:30PM - 7:00PM CT

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Discussion

The hidden technical debt in Machine Learning Systems is a paper written in 2015 by several Google Engineers and seen as the foundation of modern date MLOps principles. The actual Machine Learning Code is only a small fraction of the overall Machine Learning Operation Pipeline. Understanding MLOps principles is a requirement to productionize and scale Algorithms. Without proper knowledge, most models will fail to go in production. 

In this talk we will explain the 9 areas of functionality that make up model deployment and operations.

Agenda

  • 5:30 PM – 5:50 PM Socializing and Networking
  • 5:50 PM – 6:00 PM Introduction
  • 6:00 PM – 6:40 PM Presentation “9 areas of functionalities in MLOps”
  • 6:40 PM – 7:00 PM Q&A

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Trey Morrow

Trey has over 20 years of experience in Data Analytics & Data Science practice leadership, sales, and delivery. Primarily focusing on implementations of analysis, design, development, enhancements & testing of applications. His experience spans disparate verticals, including finance, oil & gas, medical, pharmaceutical, sports, energy, hospitality, retail, defense, federal & state government, and technology sectors.

He has earned an executive data science certification via Johns Hopkins University, and is currently pursuing his MicroMasters in Statistics and Data Science, through MIT.

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Daniel Schafer

Daniel Schafer is a Technology Enthusiast that is helping Enterprise Customers securely deploy Machine Learning models in a scalable way.

He has over 20 Years of experience in the Software industry, Including Big Data, Infrastructure as Code and Business Intelligence.