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SystemML Webinar from Fred Reiss


To commemorate our recent release of SystemML 0.8.0, we asked SystemML guru Fred Reiss to do a webinar.

Check out the replay here.

Hear from one of the leading minds in machine learning, Fred Reiss, co-author of SystemML and a lead researcher in the IBM Silicon Valley Research Lab. Fred talked about machine learning and SystemML, a new Apache incubation project.

SystemML 0.8.0 is the first binary release of SystemML since its initial migration to GitHub on August 16, 2015. The release represents 320+ patches from 14 contributors since that date. Extensive updates have been made to the project in several areas, including APIs, data ingestion, optimizations, language and runtime operators, new algorithms, testing, and online documentation.


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