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Tuesday, April 30 • 10:20am - 11:05am
Agile Machine Learning, In Production (Kishau Rogers)

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Abstract:
The future of software is being driven by intelligent applications. By the year 2020, more than 85% of customer-to-business interactions will be carried out without humans (Gartner). 81% of IT leaders are already investing or plan to invest in artificial technology solutions.
Time Study is a startup on a mission to eliminate timesheets using machine learning, mobile technology, and data science. In regards to rapid development, rapid response feedback loops, and continuous improvement, ML projects are well suited for Agile methodologies. However, there are some considerations for successfully using AI and machine learning for agile development, such as:
  1. Sprint Planning - Breakdown and define agile experiments to support rapid iteration and deliver incremental value.
  2. Rapid Iteration - Create data-driven feedback loops for research and production environments
  3. Agile Team Roles - Expand development team roles to include engineers, data scientists as well as Subject Matter Experts
In this session, we will discuss best practices for successfully integrating agile development cycles with machine learning workflows.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Best practices for successfully integrating agile development cycles with machine learning workflows, including considerations for:
  • 1. Sprint Planning - Breakdown and define agile experiments to support rapid iteration and deliver incremental value.
  • 2. Rapid Iteration - Create data-driven feedback loops for research and production environments
  • 3. Agile Team Roles - Expand development team roles to include engineers, data scientists as well as Subject Matter Experts

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Tuesday April 30, 2019 10:20am - 11:05am
Hermitage Ballroom E

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