AI News, Real-world ML lessons from GAFA, top startups researchers
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Real-world ML lessons from GAFA, top startups researchers
Hindi points out that this is likely to be an intractable issue for voice assistants such as Amazon Echo or Google Home, and takes the example of hosting a dinner party with many guests… Unless the data doesn’t leave the device and ML takes place on-device.
It’s interesting to see how new methodology and software are being developed to inspect and understand how black-box models work, at the same time as automated modeling techniques are being developed and made easier to use in practice — see auto-sklearn for instance, which acts as a drop-in replacement for a scikit-learn estimator that performs algorithm selection and hyper-parameter tuning automatically.
You can now develop accurate models in one click/one line of code, and then inspect them (beyond the usual aggregate pre-deployment performance metrics) to decide whether you should trust them and to ensure that they will be robust when deployed in the real world!
As modeling gets automated, it becomes also clear that automating ML involves more than the modeling component… You want to automate as much as possible of the whole workflow that goes from data collection and preparation into ML-ready data, to deployment of models and predictions at scale!
In “Machine Teaching: A New Paradigm for Building Machine Learning Systems”, researchers at Microsoft make a distinction between Machine Learning and Machine Teaching, a new discipline that extends principles of SE to the domain of predictive models and aims at enabling more individuals to build ML systems: Microsoft, Google and Amazon are driving research in ML, and at the same time they provide ML products on their public clouds that aim at boosting our productivity.
If your company is looking to build its own production-ready ML platform, PAPIs published a few articles in Proceedings of Machine Learning Research that share lessons learned by teams at Microsoft Azure ML (“Anatomy of a machine learning service”), Upwork (“Deploying high throughput predictive models with the actor framework”), and more recently Uber (“Scaling ML as a Service”), which are a great starting point.
- On Tuesday, January 22, 2019
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