Charles Max Wood
Today we deep dive into the mind of two brilliant Databricks software engineers. Their primary project was building the model serving feature, but expect to learn about ML side projects, traits of successful software engineers, and much more!
Hosts of the Adventures in DevOps podcast, Jillian Rowe and Jonathan Hall, join Ben and Michael on this week's episode crossover. They talk about the intersection of ML and DevOps. They dive into the concepts and differences between ML and DevOps. Additionally, they talk about how ML ideas may be applied to DevOps principles and vice versa.
ChatGPT is the most robust free chatbot. It can answer questions, write code, and summarize text. Today we will talk about the creation of ChatGPT, its implications for society, and how the model actually works.
Today we look at an applied use case for ML: parsing movie scripts. Expect to learn about bringing ML to new industries, the future of Large Language Models (LLM), and automation in the movie industry.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Today, Michael and Ben talk about the broad implications of ChatGPT and similar algorithms. Expect to learn about...
Today we speak with a staff data scientist at Walmart who specializes in forecasting. He has built an open-source tool that allows you to leverage tabular data in PyTorch. He also has written a book on time series forecasting with deep learning.
How do you develop ML code? Do you use notebooks or do you use IDEs? In this episode, we get some practical advice from both Ben and our guest on leveraging software principles to write better code in both an IDE and notebook environment. We'll also learn about a cool new Databricks feature that will help you run ML code from an IDE.
In this week's episode, we meet with Micheal McCourt, the head of engineering at SigOpt. He is an industry expert on optimization algorithms, so expect to learn about constraint-active search, SigOpt's new open-source optimizer, and how to run an engineering team.
Have you ever wondered how to secure a cloud deployment? Well, today we talk to the president at a cloud security company about personal security, detecting malicious actors, startup trends, and much more!
Have you ever wondered about the most promising industries in Machine Learning? Today we will learn from Avi Goldfarb, the chair of AI at the University of Toronto, about... -The most promising AI industries -Potential problems with powerful AI -The economics behind innovation
In this episode, Ben talks with Rosaria Silipo, a Software Engineer and Developer Relations advocate at Knime. They discuss the benefits of low-code ML, delve into the history of ML development work as it has changed over the past few decades, and discuss a few stories about the importance of pursuing simplicity in implementations.
In this week's episode we meet with Mike Arov, committer to the MLOps tool framework lineapy. From the benefits of notebooks as development tooling for Data Science work to the complex refactoring needed to convert them to production-capable code bases, our conversation dives deep into the generally under-represented bridge tooling of code base conversions.
Let's be honest. We've all copy and pasted code from the internet. There are many great code sources and in this episode we discuss how to leverage existing code. We'll explain how to understand a code base and some best practices for contribution.
Corey Zumar talks about the new release of MLflow, 2.0, and what the new major features that are included in the release. Bilal and Corey then discuss managing feature implementation priorities, and selling large-scale project ideas to internal customers, end-users, executives, and the dev team. The discussion also centers around generalizing feature requests to implementations that will work for the masses and how to effectively do prototype releases for incremental agile development for complex projects.
Are you looking at all the layoffs and uncertainty going on and wondering if your company is the next to cut back? Or, maybe you're a freelancer or entrepreneur who is trying to figure out how to deliver more value to gain or retain customers? Mani Vaya joins Charles Max Wood to discuss the one thing that both of them use to more than double their productivity on a daily basis. Mani has read 1,000's of productivity books over the last several years and has formulated a methodology for getting more done, but found that he lacked the discipline to follow through on his plans. The he found the one thing that kept him on track and made him so productive that he is now getting all of his work done and was able to live the life he wants. Chuck also weighs in on how Mani's technique has worked for him and allows him to spend more time with his wife and kids, run a podcast network, and a nearly full time contract. Join the episode to learn how Chuck and Mani get into a regular flow state with their work and consistently deliver at work.
Do you multitask? If so, you'll want to check out this episode. We'll cover...
Have you ever wondered how to prioritize your ML projects? Today we will talk about...
Have you ever wondered how to efficiently learn topics? In this episode, we discuss how to conduct a research spike within an ML team setting.
Have you ever wondered why data science is hard? Well, in this episode we cover some common data science challenges and how the founders of DagsHub are looking to solve them.
In this show, we cover some practical tips for writing reliable ML code. Here are some of the questions we look to answer...
Charles Simon, BSEE, MSCs is a nationally recognized entrepreneur and software developer who has many years of computer experience in industry including pioneering work in artificial intelligence (AI). Mr. Simon's technical experience includes the creation of two unique AI systems along with software for successful neurological test equipment combining AI development with biomedical nerve signal testing that gives him the singular insight. Today on the show, Charles, Michael, and Ben explore the riveting future of AGI and other illuminating technology concepts. This is an exciting episode you won’t want to miss!
Fernando Lopez joins the show today to share his ML insights with a video interview recruiting platform for candidate hiring. Michael and Ben also deep dive into various related ML models and AI topics.
Today the panel discusses high level distributed time series models, using a hot dog stand company as the case study to anchor the understanding with these models.
Today on the show, the panel discusses time series models, practical tips and tricks, and shares stories and examples of various models and the processes for optimal application in your ML workflows.
Optical character recognition, or OCR for short, is used to describe algorithms and techniques (both electronic and mechanical) to convert images of text to machine-encoded text. Today on the show, Ahmad Anis shares how he applies Machine Learning to OCR for small hardware applications, for example, blurring a face in a video in real time or on a stream to safeguard privacy using AI. The panel also discusses various strategies related to learning and soft skills needed for success within the industry.