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Scaling notebooks for deep learning workloads (sponsored by IBM Watson)

Luciano Resende (IBM Watson)
11:05am–11:45am Thursday, August 23, 2018
Sponsored
Location: Regent Parlor
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What you'll learn

  • Learn how to use the Jupyter Notebook along with platforms and services such as Fabric for Deep Learning (FfDL) for cost-effective full dataset training of deep learning models

Description

Deep learning workloads are compute intensive, and training these type of models is better done with specialized hardware like GPUs. Luciano Resende outlines a pattern for building deep learning models using the Jupyter Notebook’s interactive development in commodity hardware and leveraging platforms and services such as Fabric for Deep Learning (FfDL) for cost-effective full dataset training of deep learning models.

This session is sponsored by IBM Watson.

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Luciano Resende

IBM Watson

Luciano Resende is a data science platform architect at IBM CODAIT (formerly the Spark Technology Center). A member of the ASF, Luciano has been contributing to open source at the ASF for over 10 years and is currently contributing to various big data-related Apache projects around the Apache Spark ecosystem as well as building a scalable, secure, and flexible enterprise data science platform within the Jupyter ecosystem.