Large Scale Machine Learning at Verizon: Theory and Applications

author: Jeff Stribling, Verizon Communications
published: Sept. 5, 2016,   recorded: August 2016,   views: 2486
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This talk will cover recent innovations in large-scale machine learning and their applications on massive, real-world data sets at Verizon. These applications power new revenue generating products and services for the company and are hosted on a massive computing and storage platform known as Orion. We will discuss the architecture of Orion and the underlying algorithmic framework. We will also cover some of the real-world aspects of building a new organization dedicated to creating new product lines based on data science.

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