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Wallaroo.AI: Techniques for Faster, Easier AI

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Topic: AI

Language: English

  • Events in this Series:
  • 4

Techniques for Faster, Easier AI: Model Observability and Workload Orchestration

This series uses a uses a cashierless checkout scenario to illustrate how to overcome challenges in monitoring CV AI models deployed at the edge and deploying and automating multi-cloud workloads

Ideal for ML Engineers, Data Scientists, or AI developers, these sessions will help you build the skills and understand the processes needed to easily deploy, scale, and manage AI workloads across emergent AI use cases.

The sessions will show:

● Model Observability and Optimization - We will examine how to easily deploy, and monitor for drift and accuracy and take action on models running on remote edge devices such as in store cameras and checkouts.

● Workload Orchestration - We will build on the retail industry example to support accurate demand forecasting across in-store products to help inform product inventory supplies and distribution. We will demonstrate how to use orchestration capabilities to drive automation of AI workloads that involve ingestion and running of large batches of multimodal datasets for forecast generation.

Hands On:

Practice the techniques shown in the sessions by downloading the Wallaroo.AI Inference Server Free Edition from the Azure Marketplace (https://aka.ms/Wallaroo.AI-Free)

Speakers

Past Events in this Series

Nov

09

Thursday

2023

Deploying and Managing Computer Vision Models at the Edge

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

In this session led by Steve Notley from the Field Engineering team at Wallaroo.AI you will learn how to deploy, serve, optimize and observe Computer Vision models in production both in the cloud and at the Edge.

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Topic: AI

Language: English

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Jan

09

Tuesday

2024

ML Model Insights and Observability at the Edge

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Learn how to get instant data insights and drift detection alerts from pipelines deployed at edge locations without any operational overhead. See how you to create aggregated drift detection assays on inputs and outputs for the pipelines deployed in an ML operations center & all the edge deployments Why should I attend? You will leave this session with a comprehensive understanding about how to observe ML models deployed at the edge for data drift and take corrective action for under performing models. Try this Computer Vision model and other common AI use cases using the Wallaroo.AI Azure Inference Server Freemium Offer on Azure Marketplace (https://portal.azure.com) and also try the Free Wallaroo.AI Community Edition (https://portal.wallaroo.community/)

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Topic: AI

Language: English

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Jan

23

Tuesday

2024

ML Workflow Automation

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

About this session: Learn how to automate and scale ML workflows with workload orchestration for both batch and real-time inference serving. In this session we will dive into the steps to deploy, automate and scale recurring production ML workloads that can ingest data from predefined data sources to run inferences, chain pipelines, and send inference results to predefined destinations to analyze model insights and assess business outcomes. Why should I attend? You will leave this session with a comprehensive understanding about how to manage and orchestrate model automation for batch and real-time inference serving scenarios Resources: Try this Computer Vision model and other common AI use cases using the Wallaroo.AI Azure Inference Server Freemium Offer on Azure Marketplace (https://portal.azure.com) and also try the Free Wallaroo.AI Community Edition (https://portal.wallaroo.community/)

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Topic: AI

Language: English

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Feb

28

Wednesday

2024

Getting Your AI Models To The Production Start Line

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Getting AI models into production is hard. To begin with there are many different model building frameworks on the market to choose from and each comes with a unique way to package them for production adding to the complexity for getting to the production start line. In this session we will cover getting the model framework of your choice to production in a standardized way as well as using ML model registry for version control as the models move between training, production, monitoring, and deployment.

  • Format:
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Topic: AI

Language: English

View on Demand

Past Events in this Series

Nov

09

Thursday

2023

Deploying and Managing Computer Vision Models at the Edge

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

In this session led by Steve Notley from the Field Engineering team at Wallaroo.AI you will learn how to deploy, serve, optimize and observe Computer Vision models in production both in the cloud and at the Edge.

  • Format:
  • alt##LivestreamLivestream

Topic: AI

Language: English

View on Demand

Jan

09

Tuesday

2024

ML Model Insights and Observability at the Edge

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Learn how to get instant data insights and drift detection alerts from pipelines deployed at edge locations without any operational overhead. See how you to create aggregated drift detection assays on inputs and outputs for the pipelines deployed in an ML operations center & all the edge deployments Why should I attend? You will leave this session with a comprehensive understanding about how to observe ML models deployed at the edge for data drift and take corrective action for under performing models. Try this Computer Vision model and other common AI use cases using the Wallaroo.AI Azure Inference Server Freemium Offer on Azure Marketplace (https://portal.azure.com) and also try the Free Wallaroo.AI Community Edition (https://portal.wallaroo.community/)

  • Format:
  • alt##LivestreamLivestream

Topic: AI

Language: English

View on Demand

Jan

23

Tuesday

2024

ML Workflow Automation

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

About this session: Learn how to automate and scale ML workflows with workload orchestration for both batch and real-time inference serving. In this session we will dive into the steps to deploy, automate and scale recurring production ML workloads that can ingest data from predefined data sources to run inferences, chain pipelines, and send inference results to predefined destinations to analyze model insights and assess business outcomes. Why should I attend? You will leave this session with a comprehensive understanding about how to manage and orchestrate model automation for batch and real-time inference serving scenarios Resources: Try this Computer Vision model and other common AI use cases using the Wallaroo.AI Azure Inference Server Freemium Offer on Azure Marketplace (https://portal.azure.com) and also try the Free Wallaroo.AI Community Edition (https://portal.wallaroo.community/)

  • Format:
  • alt##LivestreamLivestream

Topic: AI

Language: English

View on Demand

Feb

28

Wednesday

2024

Getting Your AI Models To The Production Start Line

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Getting AI models into production is hard. To begin with there are many different model building frameworks on the market to choose from and each comes with a unique way to package them for production adding to the complexity for getting to the production start line. In this session we will cover getting the model framework of your choice to production in a standardized way as well as using ML model registry for version control as the models move between training, production, monitoring, and deployment.

  • Format:
  • alt##LivestreamLivestream

Topic: AI

Language: English

View on Demand

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