Tag: Machine Learning Engineer

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...

Make Machine Learning Interpretability More Rigorous

This Domino Data Science Field Note covers a proposed definition of machine learning interpretability, why interpretability matters, and the arguments for considering a rigorous evaluation of...

Feature Engineering: A Framework and Techniques 

This Domino Field Note provides highlights and excerpted slides from Amanda Casari’s “Feature Engineering for Machine Learning” talk at QCon Sao Paulo. Casari is the Principal...

On Ingesting Kate Crawford’s “The Trouble with Bias”

Kate Crawford discussed bias at a recent SF-based City Arts and Lectures talk and a recording of the discussion will be broadcast, May 6th, on KQED and...

Data Science is more than Machine Learning 

This Domino Data Science Field Note provides highlights and video clips from Addhyan Pandey’s Domino Data Pop-Up talk, “Leveraging Data Science in the Automotive Industry”. Addhyan...

Bias: Breaking the Chain that Holds Us Back

Speaker Bio: Dr. Vivienne Ming was named one of 10 Women to Watch in Tech by Inc. Magazine, she is a theoretical neuroscientist, entrepreneur, and author. She...

The Machine Learning Reproducibility Crisis

Pete Warden is the Technical Lead on the TensorFlow Mobile Embedded Team at Google doing Deep Learning. He is formerly the CTO of Jetpac, which was...

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...