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Pinaki Laskar on LinkedIn: #MLOps #AI #machinelearning

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AI Researcher, Cognitive Technologist Inventor - AI Thinking, Think Chain Innovator - AIOT, XAI, Autonomous Cars, IIOT Founder Fisheyebox Spatial Computing Savant, Transformative Leader, Industry X.0 Practitioner Why #MLOps is the key for productionized ML system? ML model code is only a small part ( 5–10%) of a successful ML system, and the objective should be to create value by placing ML models into production. F1 score) while stakeholders focus on business metrics (e.g. Improving labelling consistency is an iterative process, so consider repeating the process until disagreements are resolved as far as possible. For instance, partial automation with a human in the loop can be an ideal design for AI-based interpretation of medical scans, with human judgement coming in for cases where prediction confidence is low.


The Future of Enterprise Billing

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The connectivity benefits of 5G are expected to make businesses more competitive and give consumers access to more information faster than ever before. Connected cars, smart communities, industrial IoT, healthcare, immersive education--they all will rely on unprecedented opportunities that 5G technology will create. The enterprise market opportunity is driving many telecoms operators' strategies for, and investments in, 5G. Companies are accelerating investment in core and emerging technologies such as cloud, internet of things, robotic process automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning. IoT (Internet of Things), as an example, improving connectivity and data sharing between devices, enabling biometric based transactions; with blockchain, enabling use cases, trade transactions, remittances, payments and investments; and with deep learning and artificial intelligence, utilization of advanced algorithms for high personalization.


The Adoption of AI and Machine Learning in Healthcare: What is the Right Way to Proceed?

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The artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is getting stronger than ever. Many applications and projects have been developed based on AI already. Take the example of Apple Siri or the advertising algorithms that pushes products and services based on our Google search. The question though is, can AI take the place of a human and replace him or her?! Some believe we will be able to teach a robot or artificial material to perform tasks quickly and efficiently than a human. The idea falls on the line of a screwdriver where we use it because we cannot unscrew just by using our bare hands.


AI: The Challenge of Achieving the Same Results

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If the power of logical reasoning is able to optimize the resources needed to reach quality AI solutions in a nonconventional way, then the AI industry should prepare for a major upcoming change. It is a change that is built on creativity; regardless of application titles or goals, no two applications will have the same results. Companies strive to transform their ideas into working plans to achieve their tactical goals. They do have highly specialized teams to make this happen, but not many companies in the AI realm have the strategic view of what may soon emerge in the industry. Having a highly specialized crew is indeed crucial to achieve tactical objectives.


20+ End-To-End Machine Learning Projects & Deployment 2021

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Then this course is for you!! This course has been practically and carefully designed by industry experts to offer the best way of learning Data Science and Machine Learning the practical way with hands-on projects throughout the course. This course will help you learn complex Data Science concepts and machine learning algorithms the practical way for easier understanding. We will walk you through step-by-step on each topic explaining each line of code for your understanding. There is going to be a lot of fun, exciting, and robust projects to better understand each concept under each topic.


Machine Learning in GCP

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In this blog, I will briefly talk about the different Machine Learning options that are available in Google Cloud Platform and walk through an example project of my own. This will include briefly talking about the older AI Platform service as well as introducing the new Vertex AI service. My project will give an example of how to read data from a GCS bucket, perform exploratory data analysis in a managed Jupyter notebook instance, train a model in that notebook, save the model to a different GCS bucket, and finally use that model in a full-stack application. Here is the repository with the code for this application. AI Platform was GCP's original Machine Learning service.


Addressing the Intelligent Systems Lifecycle, Wind River Studio Enriches Cloud-Native Platform for Developers

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Wind River today revealed a waterfall of new features available designed to automate and accelerate DevSecOps and other "pipelines" across the lifecycle of intelligent systems. The latest release of their platform is focused on transformational automation technologies, including a customizable automation engine, digital feedback loop, enhanced security, and analytics with machine learning capabilities. The announcement also included industry-proven technologies from ecosystem partners to the Wind River Studio Marketplace, which makes solutions available that are developed and delivered on the Wind River Studio "cloud-native platform for the development, deployment, operations, and servicing of mission-critical intelligent systems from devices to cloud." The company claims the platform "enables dramatic improvements in productivity, agility, and time-to-market, with seamless technology integration that includes far edge cloud compute, data analytics, security, 5G, and AI/ML." "The next generation of cloud-connected intelligent systems require the right software infrastructure to securely capture and process real-time machine data with digital feedback from a multitude of embedded systems, enabling advanced automated and autonomous scenarios," said Kevin Dallas, president, and CEO, Wind River.


Google Cloud Rolls Out Visual Inspection AI for Manufacturing

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Confidential multi-stakeholder machine learning

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Machine learning (ML) techniques are the fundamental building block for AI services. In the past, they have been out of reach of most enterprise budgets due to their costly hardware requirements. The ability of public cloud providers like Microsoft Azure to offer on-demand, low-cost computing power with benefits such as scalability, efficiency, and adaptability make this technology affordable today. With more and more enterprises transferring their workloads to the cloud to enable new business models as well as cost reduction, privacy and security become key concerns as the confidentiality and integrity of code and data are subject to trust the cloud service provider (CSP). However, the CSP is not the only party that needs to be trusted.


NotCo taps AI to develop new plant-based alternatives - Verdict

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Chilean food-tech start-up NotCo uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify the optimum combinations of plant proteins when creating vegan alternatives to animal-based food products. The company, set up in 2015, has attracted investment from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Future Positive, a US investment fund founded by Biz Stone, the co-founder of Twitter. NotCo's machine learning algorithm compares the molecular structure of dairy or meat products to plant sources, searching for proteins with similar molecular components. NotCo has a database containing over 400,000 different plants, including macronutrient breakdown and chemical composition. These factors are used to predict novel food combinations with the target flavour, texture, and functionality.