Data, Systems and ML for Visual Understanding with Cody Coleman

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About this Episode

Today we’re joined by Cody Coleman, co-founder and CEO of Coactive AI. In our conversation with Cody, we discuss how Coactive has leveraged modern data, systems, and machine learning techniques to deliver its multimodal asset platform and visual search tools. Cody shares his expertise in the area of data-centric AI, and we dig into techniques like active learning and core set selection, and how they can drive greater efficiency throughout the machine learning lifecycle. We explore the various ways Coactive uses multimodal embeddings to enable their core visual search experience, and we cover the infrastructure optimizations they’ve implemented in order to scale their systems. We conclude with Cody’s advice for entrepreneurs and engineers building companies around generative AI technologies.

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