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Our fifth season dives into large language models (LLMs), from understanding the internals to the risks of using them and everything in between. While we're at it, we'll be enjoying our morning brew.In this session, we interviewed Chengyin Eng (Senior Data Scientist, Databricks), Sam Raymond (Senior Data Scientist, Databricks), and Joseph Bradley (Lead Production Specialist - ML, Databricks) on the best practices around LLM use cases, prompt engineering, and how to adapt MLOps for LLMs (i.e., LLMOps).
We will dive into LLMs for our fifth season, from understanding the internals to the risks of using them and everything in between.  While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.In this session, we interviewed Omar Khattab - Computer Science Ph.D. Student at Stanford, creator of DSP (Demonstrate–Search–Predict Framework), to discuss DSP, common applications, and the future of NLP.
We will dive into LLMs for our fifth season, from understanding the internals to the risks of using them and everything in between.  While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.In this session, we interviewed Yaron Singer, CEO of Robust Intelligence, Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University, and guest of Data Brew Season 3 (our first repeat guest!).  In this session, we discuss generative AI, the trends toward embracing LLMs, and how the surface area for vulnerabilities in generative AI is much bigger.
For our fifth season, we will dive into LLMs from understanding the internals to the risks of using them and everything in between.  While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.In this session, we interviewed David Talby who is the CTO at John Snow Labs; they help healthcare & life science companies put AI to good use. David's interests include natural language processing, applied artificial intelligence in healthcare, and responsible AI.
For our fourth season, we focus on connected health and how data & AI augment and improve our daily health. While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.Shayna Powless and Eli Ankou, professional cyclist for L39ion of Los Angeles and defensive tackle for the Buffalo Bills, respectively, provide valuable insight on how professional athletes leverage data to improve their performance and how they combine their passion for sports with the Dreamcatcher Foundation.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our fourth season, we focus on connected health and how data & AI augment and improve our daily health. While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.Matt Willis, Marin County Public Health Officer, shares the three pillars of public health: education, access, and policy, and the critical role data plays in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic & opioid epidemic. See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our fourth season, we focus on connected health and how data & AI augment and improve our daily health. While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.Running the length of the US every year, Alexandra Matthiesen shares her motivational secrets for running 1,283 consecutive days (and counting!) and redefining physical and mental limits. See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our fourth season, we focus on connected health and how data & AI augment and improve our daily health. While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.Winner of the infamous Last Man Standing race (running 246 miles in 59 hours), Guillaume merges the world of competitive long-distance running with data science to push the boundaries of body and mind.  See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our fourth season, we focus on connected health and how data & AI augment and improve our daily health. While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.Alexander Powell chronicles the evolution of sports analytics and how professional sports teams use data as a competitive advantage.  See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our fourth season, we focus on connected health and how data & AI augment and improve our daily health. While we’re at it, we’ll be enjoying our morning brew.Globally, 38,000 people get hurt on the job every hour. In the United States alone, over $250 billion dollars is spent on workplace injury annually. Sean Petterson, founder and CEO of StrongArm Tech, discusses the role of wearable devices to reduce workplace injury and increase retention of industrial athletes. See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our third season, we focus on how leaders use data for change. Whether it’s building data teams or using data as a constructive catalyst, we interview subject matter experts from industry to dive deeper into these topics.For our season 3 finale, Nithya Ruff discusses the open-source ecosystem, ways to contribute to open-source projects (hint: it’s not just about the code), and how businesses can balance community and company interests. With 95% of open-source contributions coming from men, Nithya also educates us on how to improve diversity & inclusion in the open-source community.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our third season, we focus on how leaders use data for change. Whether it’s building data teams or using data as a constructive catalyst, we interview subject matter experts from industry to dive deeper into these topics.We interview Junta Nakai in our most unique location yet - Brooklyn Kura - the first non-Japanese sake distillery in New York. In this episode, Junta shares the philosophical, economic, and tactical approaches to sustainability and ESG, as well as the secrets to brewing sake in the US. See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our third season, we focus on how leaders use data for change. Whether it’s building data teams or using data as a constructive catalyst, we interview subject matter experts from industry to dive deeper into these topics.Did you know that the average tenure of a board member is longer than the average tenure of a marriage in the United States? In this episode, Coco Brown discusses the benefits and drawbacks of the long tenures of corporate boards, their current structure, the impact of recent legislation, and the importance of executive education to guide you through all of this.  See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our third season, we focus on how leaders use data for change. Whether it’s building data teams or using data as a constructive catalyst, we interview subject matter experts from industry to dive deeper into these topics.What does it mean to make your machine learning system “production-ready”? Yaron Singer walks us through the infrastructure, testing procedures, and more that help make ML systems ready for the real world in this episode of Data Brew.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our third season, we focus on how leaders use data for change. Whether it’s building data teams or using data as a constructive catalyst, we interview subject matter experts from industry to dive deeper into these topics.Have you ever had a spam call automatically blocked for you? You can thank First Orion for that - in one day they blocked or scam tagged over 108 million calls - just on T-Mobile alone! In this episode, we have the pleasure to chat with Charles Morgan and Kent Welch, CEO and CDO, respectively, of First Orion to discuss Arkansan data culture, First Orion’s one hundred day program, and team culture.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our third season, we focus on how leaders use data for change. Whether it’s building data teams or using data as a constructive catalyst, we interview subject matter experts from industry to dive deeper into these topics. In this season opener, Elena Donio shares her experience using data and domain knowledge to disrupt the traditional service and sales compensation model. She also discusses how to build companies that scale, manage corporate cultural evolution, and the influence of corporate boards.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our second season of Data Brew, we will be focusing on machine learning, from research to production. We will interview folks in academia and industry to discuss topics such as data ethics, production-grade infrastructure for ML, hyperparameter tuning, AutoML, and many more.We branch, version, and test our code, but what if we treated data like code? Tim Hunter joins us to discuss the open-source Data-Driven Software (DDS) package and how it leads to immense gains in collaboration and decreased runtime for data scientists at any organization.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our second season of Data Brew, we will be focusing on machine learning, from research to production. We will interview folks in academia and industry to discuss topics such as data ethics, production-grade infrastructure for ML, hyperparameter tuning, AutoML, and many more.Is there ever a “one-size fits all” approach for feature engineering? Find out this and more with Amanda Casari and Alice Zheng, co-authors of the Feature Engineering for Machine Learning book.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our second season of Data Brew, we will be focusing on machine learning, from research to production. We will interview folks in academia and industry to discuss topics such as data ethics, production-grade infrastructure for ML, hyperparameter tuning, AutoML, and many more.What does it mean for a model to be “interpretable”? Ameet Talwalkar shares his thoughts on IML (Interpretable Machine Learning), how it relates to data privacy and fairness, and his research in this field.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
For our second season of Data Brew, we will be focusing on machine learning, from research to production. We will interview folks in academia and industry to discuss topics such as data ethics, production-grade infrastructure for ML, hyperparameter tuning, AutoML, and many more.Erin LeDell shares valuable insight on AutoML, what problems are best solved by it, its current limitations, and her thoughts on the future of AutoML. We also discuss founding and growing the Women in Machine Learning and Data Science (WiMLDS) non-profit.See more at databricks.com/data-brew
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