Architecture Data Data Science Deep Learning Machine-Learning
This talk will provide an overview of the key challenges and trends in the productization of machine learning systems, including concepts such as reproducibility, explainability and orchestration. The talk will also provide a high level overview of several key open source tools and frameworks available to tackle these issues, which have been identifyed putting together the Awesome Machine Learning Operations list (https://github.com/EthicalML/awesome-machine-learning-operations).
The key concepts that will be covered are:
* Orchestration of models
The reproducibility piece will cover key motivations as well as practical requirements for model versioning, together with tools that allow data scientists to achieve version control of model+config+data to ensure full model lineage.
The explainability piece will contain a high level overview of why this has become an important topic in machine learning, including the high profile incidents that tech companies have experienced where undesired biases have slipped into data. This will also include a high level overview of some of the tools available.
Finally, the orchestration piece will cover some of the fundamental challenges with large scale serving of models, together with some of the key tools that are available to ensure this challenge can be tackled.
Type: Talk (30 mins); Python level: Intermediate; Domain level: Intermediate
Alejandro is the Chief Scientist at the Institute for Ethical AI & Machine Learning, where he leads highly technical research on machine learning explainability, bias evaluation, reproducibility and responsible design. With over 10 years of software development experience, Alejandro has held technical leadership positions across hyper-growth scale-ups and tech giants including Eigen Tchnologies, Bloomberg LP and Hack Partners. He has a strong track record building departments of machine learning engineers from scratch, and leading the delivery of large-scale machine learning system across the financial, insurance, legal, transport, manufacturing and construction sectors (in Europe, US and Latin America).