Continue reading to learn the simplest way to do distributed training with PyTorch and Azure ML.
In this blog, we demonstrate how to conduct batch training on the NYC Taxi Dataset using only Ray Core and stateless Ray tasks.
From workers using chatbots as research assistants to creating art through image generators and more, here are a few ways that you can safely use generative AI.
Between improved NLP and increased use of AI in finance, here are one data scientist’s 2023 AI predictions.
Assessing large quantities of narrative data for patterns using manual analysis alone can be time-consuming and produces limited qualitative results. Here’s how you can uncover actionable textual and geospatial patterns related to counter human trafficking using NLP.
Some people are calling ChatGPT the Google Killer, as it can be used like a search engine. Here’s why that may or may not be true.
Delivering an effective data-driven presentation to a live audience isn’t the same as discussing technical details with peers or compiling a written document. This is especially true when, as is often the case, the presentation is for a largely nontechnical audience.
With the aid of machine learning, 8 potential technosignatures have been found around five nearby stars.
Recently, Google introduced MusicLM, a text-prompt music generator that can create musical audio from text descriptions.
OpenAI has released an AI detection tool in a bid to curb ChatGPT abuse in academia. The new tool is designed to help teachers and professors to identify content written by AI.
Google has recently launched Bard, a new AI tool that promises to revolutionize conversational AI, and could rival the wildly popular ChatGPT.
These companies are leading the way in data science and AI, and will all be present at ODSC East 2023 this May. Learn more about the work they’re doing here!
In this talk, you’ll learn how Two Sigma and Voltron Data are collaborating to improve the performance of featurization workflows using the Ibis, Substrait, and Arrow software stack. Together, the three provide a complete solution for real-time streaming data processing, with Ibis providing high-level APIs for data processing and analysis.
ODSC volunteers are an integral part of the success of each ODSC conference and a perfect extension of our core team and ambassadors to our community! Learn more about how you can volunteer for either the in-person or virtual team and get a free ticket to the event.
ODSC gathers the attendees, presenters, and companies that are shaping the present and future of data science and AI. ODSC hosts one of the largest gatherings of professional data scientists with major conferences in USA, Europe, and Asia.