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AWS re:Invent Recap

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A couple of weeks ago I spent the week in Las Vegas at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference, and we shared a few of my interviews from the event in our AWS re:Invent Series. I’ll share a bit of the news coming out of the event in this post, but if you’re interested…

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TWiML Presents: AWS re:Invent 2018

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This week on the podcast features a few of my conversations from last week’s AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. TWiML Presents: AWS re:Invent 2018 TWiML Talk #205re:Invent Roundtable RoundupSam Charrington, TWiMLDave McCrory, Wise.io at GE Digital Val Bercovici, Pencil Data TWiML Talk #206Language Parsing and Character MiningJinho Choi, Emory University TWiML Talk #207Unbiased Learning…

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Thanks + Meet me at re:Invent, NeurIPS & Kubecon

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On Friday we published episode number 200 of the TWiML Talk podcast. That achievement, along with the fact that tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the U.S., seems like a worthy prompt for a bit of, well, giving thanks. When I think of giving thanks today, there is a growing list of groups that I really…

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Bits & Bytes – 11.21.18

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Bits & Bytes Google Cloud first to offer Tesla T4 GPUs. The NVIDIA Tesla T4 instances are currently available in alpha. They target ML inference, distributed training of models, and computer graphics workloads. Intel unveils Neural Compute Stick 2. Intel announced an update to the Movidius Neural Compute Stick focused on AI at the network edge. The Intel NCS 2 is…

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Building Platforms for ML & AI

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“AI Platforms Month” continues on the podcast with our in-depth coverage of scaling machine learning in the enterprise. I’m super-excited about what we’ve done here, and I really hope you’re enjoying it! If you’ve been following the series, you’ve already heard great interviews with folks from Facebook, Airbnb, and OpenAI. The back end of the…

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Bits & Bytes – 11.15.18

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Bits & Bytes AWS introduces Amazon SageMaker Object2Vec. Entity embeddings are a powerful technique gaining traction among many ML users. With its new Object2Vec algorithm, AWS aims to make creating them more accessible for SageMaker users. Object2Vec is a highly customizable multi-purpose algorithm that can learn low-dimensional dense embeddings of high dimensional objects. Microsoft develops flexible AI…

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AI Platform Series and eBook Announcement

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This week we kicked off our AI Platforms podcast series with interviews with Facebook’s Aditya Kalro and Airbnb’s Atul Kale. We also announced our upcoming eBooks on the same topic. The podcasts and eBooks grew out of my recent observations about the state of ML and AI development in the enterprise. I wrote a bit…

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Bits & Bytes – 11.9.18

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Bits & Bytes ONNX Runtime for ML inference now in preview. Microsoft released a preview of the ONNX Runtime, a high-performance inference engine for Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX) models. It is compatible with ONNX version 1.2 and comes in Python packages that support both CPU and GPU. Uber describes new platform for rapid Python ML development. Uber shared Michelangelo PyML, an…

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TWiML Presents AI Platforms

Announcing the TWiML AI Platforms podcast series and eBooks

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One of the exciting aspects of my day-to-day work involves understanding the way large companies are adopting machine learning, deep learning, and AI. I do quite a bit of this via interviews, and I’m excited to be able to bring you along for the ride by publishing many of them as podcasts. One of the…

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TWiML Presents AI Platforms

TWiML Presents: AI Platforms 2018

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As many of you know, part of my work involves understanding the way large companies are adopting machine learning, deep learning and AI. While it’s still fairly early in the game, we’re at a really interesting time for many companies. With the first wave of ML projects at early adopter enterprises starting to mature, many…

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