Hugo Bowne-Anderson is a data scientist, writer, educator & podcaster. His interests include promoting data & AI literacy/fluency, helping to spread data skills through organizations and society and doing amateur stand up comedy in NYC. He does many of these at DataCamp, a data science training company educating over 3 million learners worldwide through interactive courses on the use of Python, R, SQL, Git, Bash and Spreadsheets in a data science context. He has spearheaded the development of over 25 courses in DataCamp’s Python curriculum, impacting over 170,000 learners worldwide through my own courses. He hosts and produce the data science podcast DataFramed, in which he uses long-format interviews with working data scientists to delve into what actually happens in the space and what impact it can and does have. He earned PhD in Mathematics from the University of New South Wales, Australia and has conducted biomedical research at the Max Planck Institute in Germany and Yale University, New Haven.
Danni Li is an AI Resident at Meta. She is interested in building efficient AI systems and applications to solve real-world problems. Her current research focuses on on-device ASR models and optimization techniques.
Ville has been developing infrastructure for machine learning for over two decades. He has worked as an ML researcher in academia and as a leader at a number of companies, including Netflix where he led the ML infrastructure team that created Metaflow, a popular open-source framework for data science infrastructure. He is a co-founder and CEO of Outerbounds, a company developing modern human-centric ML. He is also the author of the book Effective Data Science Infrastructure, published by Manning.
My name is Seth Juarez. I currently live near Redmond, Washington and work for Microsoft.
I received my Bachelors Degree in Computer Science at UNLV with a Minor in Mathematics. I also completed a Masters Degree at the University of Utah in the field of Computer Science. I currently am interested in Artificial Intelligence specifically in the realm of Machine Learning. I currently work as a Program Manager in the Azure Artificial Intelligence Product Group.
I’ve been married now for 21 years to a fabulously talented woman and have two beautiful daughters, and two feisty sons.
Session Title: Ask the Experts! ML Pros Deep-Dive into Machine Learning Techniques and MLOps
Abstract: Experienced machine learning engineers and data scientists care about ways to easily get their models up and running quickly and share ML assets across teams for collaboration. Collaborate and streamline the management of thousands of models across teams with new, innovative features in Azure Machine Learning. Come and join us in this interactive session with our product experts and get your questions answered on the latest capabilities in Azure Machine Learning!
Habib Baluwala, a dedicated data leader with a PhD from Oxford, serves as the Domain Chapter Lead at Spark New Zealand. With over 15 years of experience in data engineering and data science, he has developed a deep understanding of how data can drive business success. Habib’s exceptional leadership and communication skills enable him to effectively engage with stakeholders, lead high-performing teams, and drive data-driven decision-making across the organization. He actively explores AI governance for responsible and ethical AI implementation. Committed to continuous learning and teamwork, his expertise is exemplified by his Chief Data Officer certification. A seasoned leader, Habib’s unique combination of technical expertise and leadership skills empowers him to deliver innovative data solutions that support business growth.
Suman Debnath is a Principal Developer Advocate (Data Engineering) at Amazon Web Services, primarily focusing on Data Engineering, Data Analysis and Machine Learning. He is passionate about large scale distributed systems and is a vivid fan of Python. His background is in storage performance and tool development, where he has developed various performance benchmarking and monitoring tools.
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