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The Machine Learning Reproducibility Crisis
( go to the article → https://blog.dominodatalab.com/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 acquired by Google. He is also an Apple alumnus and blogs at petewarden.com. This post candidly discusses some of the real world reproducibility challenges that are happening within ML […] The post The Machine Learning Reproducibility Crisis appeared first on Data Science Blog by Domino.
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