This year TensorFlow 1.4 was released. Rustem Feyzkhanov explains how he ported it to AWS Lambda and built an image recognition tool. The tool is cheaper than almost any alternatives: one run (recognition of one picture) will cost $0.00005. It’s also very scalable (a thousand functions can be run in parallel) and integrates into cloud infrastructure.
Rustem Feyzkhanov is a machine learning engineer at Instrumental, where he creates analytical models for the manufacturing industry. Rustem is passionate about serverless infrastructure (and AI deployments on it) and has ported several packages to AWS Lambda from TensorFlow, Keras, and scikit-learn for ML to PhantomJS, Selenium, and WRK for web scraping.
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