October 28–31, 2019
Margaret Maynard-Reid

Margaret Maynard-Reid
Machine Learning Engineer, Tiny Peppers


Margaret Maynard-Reid is a machine learning engineer and Google Developer Expert (GDE) at Tiny Peppers, and she’s a contributor to the open source ML framework TensorFlow. She writes blog posts and speaks at conferences about on-device ML, deep learning, computer vision, TensorFlow, and Android. Margaret is passionate about community building and helping others get started with AI and ML. She’s a community leader of GDG Seattle and Seattle Data/Analytics/Machine Learning Meetup.


4:00pm5:00pm Monday, October 28, 2019
Location: Magnolia
Moderated by:
Edd Wilder-James (Google)
Sean Morgan (Two Six Labs), Jason Zaman (Light Labs), Karmel Allison (Google), Martin Wicke (Google), Margaret Maynard-Reid (Tiny Peppers)
Join in to hear about the rapid growth of open source ML communities and a future road map for community building. Learn best practices, use cases, and how to develop metrics for your project by learning from other contributors to TensorFlow. Read more.
2:30pm3:10pm Thursday, October 31, 2019
Location: Grand Ballroom H
Margaret Maynard-Reid (Tiny Peppers)
Margaret Maynard-Reid walks you through end-to-end tf.Keras to TFLite to Android, with or without ML Kit. Read more.
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