Data Phoenix team invites you all to our upcoming "AI Project Spotlight" charity webinar that’s going to take place on November 30, 2022 at 16.00 CET.
- Topic: “dstack – a command-line utility to provision infrastructure for ML workflows”.
- Speaker: Andrey Cheptsov, CEO and Founder of dstack.ai
- Language: English
- Participation: free (but you’ll be required to register)
- Karma perk: donate to our charity initiative
ABOUT THE SPEAKER AND TOPIC
Andrey is the creator of dstack. He is passionate about open-source and developer tools for AI. Previously, Andrey worked at JetBrains with the PyCharm team.
"Unlike traditional development workflows, ML workflows are difficult to run on a local machine (due to the lack of memory, more CPUs/GPUs, etc).
Imagine, if you could run your ML workflows the very same way as you do it locally, but they would run in the cloud. And you wouldn’t need to worry about provisioning infrastructure, setting up the environment, etc.
We are delighted to introduce dstack, an open-source tool that is designed to do exactly that."
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Estimating the Carbon Footprint of BLOOM, a 176B Parameter Language Model
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Fine-Tuning Language Models via Epistemic Neural Networks
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Lila: A Unified Benchmark for Mathematical Reasoning
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Modeling Starbucks Waiting Time Using Markov Chains, with Python
In this article, the author creatively deeps into the probabilistic problem, trying to figure out how long he will have to wait for his next cup of coffee. He explains how to build and use a Time-Dependent Markov Chain to get accurate predictions.
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