Huge week of machine learning news from Amazon. This week Amazon hosted the large AWS re:Invent Conference. And there are...tons....of machine learning announcements from that event. Announcements Amazon SageMaker StudioA browser-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for machine learning. This is going to be very helpful.Amazon SageMaker ExperimentsAllows for organizing, tracking, and comparing of machine learning … Continue reading Cloud Data Science News – Beta #5
AWS re:Invent 2019 starts today. It is a large learning conference dedicated to Amazon Web Services and Cloud Computing. Parts of the event will be livestreamed, so you can watch from anywhere. Based upon the announcements last week, there will probably be a lot of focus around machine learning and deep learning.
In the United States, it is a holiday week, so the news is pretty limited from many of the big cloud providers. Luckily, Amazon has come through with a flurry of machine learning announcements. Amazon is holding their annual re:Invent Conference next week, so maybe these announcements are precursors to some bigger news next week. … Continue reading Cloud Data Science News – Beta #4
Here are this week's news and announcements related to Cloud Data Science. Plus, there are some links for Videos and Tutorials. Announcements Google Introduces Explainable AIMany industries require a level of interpretability for their machine learning models. Black box solutions are not always ok. Google is launching Explainable AI which quantifies the impact of the … Continue reading Cloud Data Science News – Beta #3
The news and announcements for doing data science in the cloud. November 15, 2019 edition
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The following video goes well with the previous post about Open Source Alternatives to AWS. It says a lot for the quality of OpenStack, since one the world's most secretive organizations trusts it. OpenStack might be a good option for data teams needing to quickly build and deploy data products. Note: This post has nothing … Continue reading Openstack at NSA