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Wednesday, March 27 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
From Black Box to a Known Quantity: How to Build Predictable, Reliable ML-based Services

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Artificial intelligence is all around us, from the digitals assistants in our microwaves to the apps we rely on every day. Many of these systems build on APIs and services that use machine learning to provide key features. This talk will describe techniques for building predictable, reliable ML-based services as well as ways to sustain these services through social and technical change. We discuss challenges unique to the reliability of these systems and relate our experiences with ML in our production systems to illustrate our techniques.

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Salim Virji

Google LLC
Salim Virji is a Site Reliability Engineer at Google, where he has worked on distributed compute, consensus, and storage systems.
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Carlos Villavieja

Google LLC
Carlos Villavieja is a Computer Architect/Researcher working as a Software/Site Reliability Engineer at Google. He works on Storage optimizations and his interests vary from micro-architecture to machine learning.

Wednesday March 27, 2019 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Grand Ballroom D

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