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Weekly seminar: Scott Toborg

Where: TMCB 1170

When: February 29th @11am

Talk title: Ultra-Scale Intelligent Systems: A New BYU Research Area Investigating Intelligence at Scale

After seeing so much progress in AI over the last few years, it’s hard to understand why many enterprises still struggle to bring AI models into production. This research investigates the fundamental drivers of AI system development to identify roadblocks and potential solutions. To address these issues, the relatively new field of Machine Learning Operations, or MLOps, seeks to improve AI development across the entire lifecycle. These improvements promise a shorter time to market, lower costs, and higher value. Leveraging enhanced AI development processes, we explore the possibilities of scaling AI systems to support millions of models in production. At this scale, typical model metrics are no longer sufficient, and new analysis methods are needed. We present a framework for characterizing Ultra-Scale systems and discuss potential approaches for research and analysis. These Ultra-Scale systems could enable novel applications across diverse areas such as manufacturing, demand forecasting, social networks, IoT systems, traffic management, and swarm intelligence.

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