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Presentation: Panel: ML for Developers/SWEs

Track: Machine Learning for Developers

Location: Soho Complex, 7th fl.

Duration: 11:50am - 12:40pm

Day of week: Monday

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Abstract

Throughout the day, we'll have speakers cover how they've adopted applied machine learning to software engineering. The day wraps with a discussion from the speakers on taking an applied, pragmatic approach to adding ML to your systems and how they solved challenges. Eager to deploy ML and have questions? This is a forum to discuss, learn, and help crystalize that roadmap. Join us discussing first principles adding ML to your systems.

Speaker: Ashi Krishnan

Building the Next Generation of Developer Tools @Github

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Ashi is a visual poet who has been telling stories with code and words since she was a child—perhaps before. She has worked at seven-person startups, fought fires in the trenches of SRE at Google, and spent the last three years teaching at coding bootcamps. She now works as a senior software engineer at GitHub, where she hopes to dissolve the walls between us and our tools. She is learning to regard every moment, and the creatures within them, with love.

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Speaker: Brad Miro

Machine Learning Engineer @Google

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Brad is passionate about educating the world about artificial intelligence both by empowering developers and improving societal understanding. He is currently a Developer Programs Engineer at Google where he specializes in machine learning and big data solutions. Outside of work, Brad can be found singing, climbing, playing board games and locating the best restaurants in NYC.

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Speaker: Jeff Smith

Engineering Manager @Facebook AI

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Jeff Smith is an engineering manager at Facebook AI where he supports the PyTorch team. He’s the author of Machine Learning Systems and Exploring Deep Learning for Language. While working at the intersection of functional programming, distributed systems, and machine learning, he coined the term reactive machine learning to describe an ideal machine learning architecture and associated set of techniques. Prior to joining Facebook, he built teams and technology for AI products like x.ai and Amelia.

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Speaker: Hien Luu

Engineering Leader @LinkedIn - AI & Big Data Enthusiast

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Hien Luu is an engineering manager at LinkedIn and he is an AI & big data enthusiast. He is particularly passionate about the intersection between Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. Teaching is one his passions and he is currently teaching Apache Spark course at UCSC Silicon Valley Extension school. He was the author of the "Beginning Apache 2" book, which was published in 2018. He has given presentations at various conferences like QCon (SF, London, Shanghai), Hadoop Summit, JavaOne, and Seattle Data Day.

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