This podcast helps Machine Learning Engineers become the best at what they do. Join host Charlie You every week as he talks to the brightest minds in data science, artificial intelligence, and software engineering to discover how they bring cutting edge research out of the lab and into products that people love. You'll learn the skills, tools, and best practices you can use to build better ML systems and accelerate your career in this flourishing new field.
A Practical Approach to Learning Machine Learning with Radek Osmulski (Earth Species Project)
Radek details his journey switching careers into software engineering and then into machine learning. He talks about mistakes he made, how he would do it now, and gives a preview of his forthcoming book.
From Data Science Leader to ML Researcher with Rodrigo Rivera (Skoltech ADASE, Samsung NEXT)
Rodrigo details his journey from selling a company to leading data science teams at top companies to researching machine learning. He also touches on his research interests in time series data and topological data analysis.
The Future of ML and AI Infrastructure and Ethics with Dan Jeffries (Pachyderm, AI Infrastructure Alliance)
Dan discusses why he's so excited about the future of machine learning, where it is on the technology adoption curve, the rise of a "canonical stack" of AI infrastructure, and practically approaching the hard problems in AI ethics.
Developing Feast, the Leading Open Source Feature Store, with Willem Pienaar (Gojek, Tecton)
Willem discusses his experience building the ML platform at Gojek and what he's learned from developing and open-sourcing Feast. He also goes into his vision for it's future and how teams can best get started adopting it.
Bringing DevOps Best Practices into Machine Learning with Benedikt Koller from ZenML
Benedikt discusses common problems faced by teams putting machine learning into production, bringing over best practices from DevOps to solve them, and building ZenML, an open source MLOps framework.
Starting an Independent AI Research Lab with Josh Albrecht from Generally Intelligent
Josh talks about pivoting from an AI recruiting startup to Generally Intelligent, an independent AI research lab. He also touches on how he defines general intelligence, what his lab is working on now, and how he creates the optimal research environment.
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Just listened to Catherine Yeo’s interview and really enjoyed it
Charlie You is a great ML engineer
And a great podcast host!