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Presentation: Debuggable Deep Learning

Track: Deep Learning in Practice

Location: Cyril Magnin II

Duration: 3:20pm - 4:00pm

Day of week: Tuesday

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Abstract

Deep Learning is often called a black box, so how can we diagnose and fix problems in a Deep Neural Network (DNN)? Engineers at Cardiogram explain how they systematically debugged DeepHeart, a DNN that detects cardiovascular disease from heart rate data. You'll leave this talk with an arsenal of tools for debugging DNNs, including Jacobian analysis, TensorBoard, and "DNN Unit Tests".

Speaker: Mantas Matelis

Software Engineer @Cardiogram

Mantas Matelis is an engineer at Cardiogram, a startup that applies deep learning to wearable data. Previously, Mantas interned at Airbnb, Quora, and Apple. He holds a Bachelors in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo.

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Speaker: Avesh Singh

Software Engineer & Technical Lead @Cardiogram

Avesh Singh is an engineer at Cardiogram, a startup that applies deep learning to wearable data. Previously, Avesh worked at Nest Labs and Google. He holds a a BS and MS in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University.

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