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Building AI with TensorFlow: An overview (sponsored by Google)

Sandeep Gupta (Google), Edd Wilder-James (Google)
11:05–11:45 Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Sponsored, TensorFlow at AI
Location: Buckingham Room - Palace Suite

What you'll learn

  • Explore recent developments in TensorFlow and learn how to get involved

Description

TensorFlow is one of the world’s biggest open source projects, and it continues to grow in adoption and functionality. Sandeep Gupta and Edd Wilder-James share major recent developments, highlight some future directions, and explain how you can become more involved in the TensorFlow community.

This session is sponsored by Google.

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Sandeep Gupta

Google

Sandeep Gupta is a product manager at Google, where he helps develop and drive the roadmap for TensorFlow—Google’s open source library and framework for machine learning—for supporting machine learning applications and research. His current focus is on improving TensorFlow’s usability and driving adoption in the community and enterprise. Sandeep is excited about how machine learning and AI are transforming our lives in a wide variety of ways, and he works with the Google team and external partners to help create powerful, scalable solutions for all. Previously, Sandeep was the technology leader for advanced imaging and analytics research and development at GE Global Research with specific emphasis on medical imaging and healthcare analytics.

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Edd Wilder-James

Google

Edd Wilder-James is a strategist at Google, where he is helping build a strong and vital open source community around TensorFlow. A technology analyst, writer, and entrepreneur based in California, Edd previously helped transform businesses with data as vice president of strategy for Silicon Valley Data Science. Formerly Edd Dumbill, Edd was the founding program chair for the O’Reilly Strata conferences and chaired the Open Source Convention for six years. He was also the founding editor of the peer-reviewed journal Big Data. A startup veteran, Edd was the founder and creator of the Expectnation conference-management system and a cofounder of the Pharmalicensing.com online intellectual-property exchange. An advocate and contributor to open source software, Edd has contributed to various projects such as Debian and GNOME and created the DOAP vocabulary for describing software projects. Edd has written four books, including Learning Rails from O’Reilly.