Stanford Researcher and DeepMind Research Scientist, Abigail See portrayed, AI Fact s and Myths

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Facts and Myths

ScienceTalks with Abigail See. Diving into the misconceptions of AI, the challenges of natural language generation (NLG), and the path to large-scale NLG deployment In this episode of Science Talks, Snorkel AI’s Braden Hancock chats with Abigail See, an expert natural language processing (NLP) researcher and educator from Stanford University. We discuss Abigail’s path into machine learning (ML), her previous …

Building a Successful AI Startup, ScienceTalks with Saam Motamedi

Building a Successful AI Startup

ScienceTalks with Saam Motamedi We at Snorkel AI have received many requests from data scientists and machine learning engineers who aspire to be founders, where do they start and how should they get started on their entrepreneurial journey? We genuinely believe that data scientists and machine learning engineers will build the next generation of mega-enterprises. Over the summer, we’ve recorded …

Applying Weak Supervision Research - ScienceTalks with Paroma Varma

Applying Weak Supervision Research

ScienceTalks with Paroma Varma In this episode of Science Talks, Snorkel AI’s Braden Hancock chats with Paroma Varma – a co-founder of Snorkel AI and one of the first and leading contributors to the Snorkel project. We discuss Paroma’s path into machine learning, her work in optimization and signal processing during her undergrad, weak supervision and image data during her …

Weak Supervision in Biomedicine

In this episode of Science Talks, Snorkel AI’s Braden Hancock chats with Jason Fries – a research scientist at Stanford University’s Biomedical Informatics Research lab and Snorkel Research, and one of the first contributors to the Snorkel open-source library. We discuss Jason’s path into machine learning, empowering doctors and scientists with weak supervision, and utilizing organizational resources in biomedical applications …

Applying Information Theory to ML With Fred Sala

In this episode of Science Talks, Frederic Sala – an assistant professor of Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin Madison and a research scientist at Snorkel discusses his path into machine learning, the central thesis that ties together his multidisciplinary research, his thoughts on the future of weak supervision, as well as his decision to go into academia.

Building Industrial-Strength NLP Applications With Ines Montani

In this episode of Science Talks, Explosion AI’s Ines Montani sat down with Snorkel AI’s Braden Hancock to discuss her path into machine learning, key design decisions behind the popular spaCy library for industrial-strength NLP, the importance of bringing together different stakeholders in the ML development process, and more. This episode is part of the #ScienceTalks video series hosted by …

Measuring NLP Progress With Sebastian Ruder

In this episode of Science Talks, Sebastian Ruder, Research Scientist at DeepMind, shares his thoughts on making AI practical with Snorkel AI’s Braden Hancock. This conversation covers progress made in the NLP domain with emerging research, new benchmarks like SuperGLUE, rich repositories and news sources that keep you in the loop and on top of what’s new in NLP, and more.

Productionizing ML Research With Thomas Wolf

In this episode of ScienceTalks, Snorkel AI’s Braden Hancock Hugging Face’s Chief Science Officer, Thomas Wolf. Thomas shares his story about how he got into machine learning and discusses important design decisions behind the widely adopted Transformers library, as well as the challenges of bringing research projects into production. ScienceTalks is an interview series from Snorkel AI, highlighting some of the best work and ideas to make AI practical.