Making Machine Learning Application Development Easy with Ray and Anyscale – Intel on AI – Episode 50

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In this Intel on AI podcast episode: Today, the deluge of data has made demand for machine learning engineers explode. Also because distributed computing is a challenging and elite subfield of computer programming, finding engineers to address these skill sets can be even more challenging and limit many business from being able to take advantage of advanced technologies like machine learning (ML). Dean Wampler, the Head of Developer Relations at Anyscale, joins the Intel on AI podcast to talk about how the Ray framework, which is heavily developed and supported by Anyscale, enables any developer to easily write distributed applications which are performant, debuggable, and maintainable. He illustrates how Ray helps developers, enterprises and organizations solve their problems without having to worry about scalable infrastructure and without needing to be experts in distributed computing. Dean discusses some of the biggest users of Ray utilize it to support their infrastructure especially during incredibly high traffic volume events to do general processes, payment processing, and fraud detection. He also describes how other companies are using Ray to do reinforcement learning and business process automation. Lastly, Dean talks about how many teams within Intel are leveraging the Ray framework for model training and reinforcement learning and at the same time working together with Anyscale to contribute to Ray and optimize it for Intel architecture. Lastly, Dean mentioned that in light of growing concerns about COVID-19, they have decided to postpone Ray Summit to late Summer or early Fall of 2020.

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