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Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 4

Paco Nathan's latest column covers themes that include data privacy, machine ethics, and yes, Don Quixote. Introduction Welcome back to our monthly series about data science....

Collaboration Between Data Science and Data Engineering: True or False?

This blog post includes candid insights about addressing tension points that arise when people collaborate on developing and deploying models. Domino’s Head of Content sat down...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 3

Paco Nathan‘s column covers themes that include open source, "intelligence is a team sport", and "implications of massive latent hardware". Introduction Welcome to our monthly series...

Domino 3.0: New Features and User Experiences to Help the World Run on Models

This blog post introduces new Domino 3.0 features. Akansh Murthy is a Technical Product Manager at Domino and previously worked as a software engineer at Domino...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 2

Paco Nathan's column covers themes of data science for accountability, reinforcement learning challenges assumptions, as well as surprises within AI and Economics. Introduction Welcome back to...

Trust in LIME: Yes, No, Maybe So? 

In this Domino Data Science Field Note, we briefly discuss an algorithm and framework for generating explanations, LIME (Local Interpretable Model-Agnostic Explanations), that may help data...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 1

Introduction: New Monthly Series! Welcome to a new monthly series! I’ll summarize highlights from recent industry conferences, new open source projects, interesting research, great examples, amazing...

Docker, but for Data

Aneesh Karve, Co-founder and CTO of Quilt, visited the Domino MeetUp to discuss the evolution of data infrastructure. This blog post provides a session summary, video,...

Reproducible Machine Learning with Jupyter and Quilt

In this guest blog post, Aneesh Karve, Co-founder and CTO of Quilt, demonstrates how Quilt works in conjunction with Domino's Reproducibility Engine to make Jupyter notebooks...

Humans in the Loop

This guest blog post from Paco Nathan dives into how people and machines collaborating together to perform work is real and not science fiction. Paco Nathan is...

New G3 Instances in AWS – Worth it for Machine Learning?

We benchmarked AWS’s new G3 instances for deep learning tasks and found they significantly outperform the older P2 instances. The new G3 instances are now available...

Data Science != Software Engineering

Domino’s guide, “What Engineering Leaders Need to Know About Data Science”, provides insights to help engineering leaders increase data science productivity and decrease engineering time spent...

Model Deployment Powered by Kubernetes

In this article we explain how we’re using Kubernetes to enable data scientists to deploy predictive models as production-grade APIs. Background Domino lets users publish R...