All workshops will take place between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday, June 27, 2019.
Developers, Data Scientists, and Machine Learning Engineers.
Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Time: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Instructors: Karl Weinmeister (Cloud AI Advocacy Manager, Google) and Fatih Nar (Customer Engineer, Google)
Location: Acacia Room, Addison Conference Centre
In this workshop, we walk through the process of building a complete machine learning pipeline covering ingest, exploration, training, evaluation, deployment, and prediction. Along the way, we will discuss how to explore and split large data sets correctly using BigQuery and notebooks.
The machine learning model in TensorFlow will be developed on a small sample locally. The preprocessing operations will be implemented in Cloud Dataflow, so that the same preprocessing can be applied in streaming mode as well. The training of the model will then be distributed and scaled out on Cloud ML Engine. The trained model will be deployed as a micro-service and predictions invoked from a web application.
Attendees will solve a data science problem from start to finish, learning how to preprocess data, create a model, and then deploy the model.
Karl is a Manager of Cloud AI Advocacy at Google, based in Austin, TX. He leads a global team of data science and engineering experts who engage with users at events, build impactful content, and influence Google product strategy. Previously, he was Director of Engineering at SparkCognition, where he led cross-functional teams that included building an ML-based malware detection.
Karl holds a BS in Computer Science from Duke University, and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
Fatih is a Cloud Customer Engineer at Google where he has been guiding his customers in their virtualization, cloud on-boarding and big data journey. Fatih held senior engineering positions previously in Verizon Wireless as Distinguished Engineer, in Canonical/Ubuntu as Senior Solution Architect and in Ericsson as Senior Solution Architect across different parts of the world with technology areas, including NFV/SDN, Cloud, IP-TV, Connected/Smart Home and Vehicles.
Fatih holds an MSc in Information Technologies and a BSc in Electronics Engineering.
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