Dr. Sergei Izrailev is Chief Data Scientist at BeeswaxIO, where he is responsible for data strategy and building AI applications powering the next generation of real time bidding technology. Before Beeswax, Sergei led data science teams at Integral Ad Science and Collective, where he focused on architecture, development and scaling of data science based advertising technology products. Prior to advertising, Sergei was a quant/trader and developed trading strategies and portfolio optimization methodologies. Previously, he worked as a senior scientist at Johnson & Johnson, where he developed intelligent tools for structure-based drug discovery. Sergei holds a Ph.D. in Physics and Master of Computer Science degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Design Patterns for Machine Learning in Production
Most machine learning systems enable two essential processes: creating a model, and applying the model in a repeatable and controlled fashion. These two processes are interrelated and pose technological and organizational challenges as they evolve from research to prototype to production. This presentation outlines common design patterns for tackling such challenges while implementing machine learning in a production environment.