Intelligence at the Edge: Internet of Things in the age of Machine Learning

What: Co-Founder and CEO of 0xdata, SriSatish Ambati, to speak on Intelligence at the Edge: Internet of Things in the age of Machine Learning.


Dawn of machine intelligence - H2O democratized google-scale machine learning for everyone in Open Source.

Wait, it's the new age internet! The Internet of things. Where the two revolutions meet is the beautiful world of rich predictive edge!

Smart devices (& yes, phones) become richer with intelligent applications. 

Data science fiction, you say? It's a not that far from reality. 

Welcome to another sensory world that learns & predicts.

Pizza and beverages will be provided. 

About Sri

SriSatish Ambati is Co-Founder and CEO of 0xdata (@hexadata & www.0xdata.com ), the builders of H2O. H2O democratizes big data science and makes Hadoop do math for better predictions. Before 0xdata, Sri spent time scaling R over big data with researchers at Purdue and Stanford. Prior to that Sri co-founded Platfora and was the Director of Engineering at DataStax. Before that Sri was Partner & Performance engineer at java multi-core startup, Azul Systems, tinkering with the entire ecosystem of enterprise apps at scale. Before that Sri was at sabbatical pursuing Theoretical Neuroscience at Berkeley. Prior to that Sri worked on nosql trie based index for semistructured data at in-memory index startup RightOrder.  Sri is known for his knack for envisioning killer apps in fast evolving spaces and assembling stellar teams towards productizing that vision. A regular speaker in the Big Data, NoSQL and Java circuit, Sri leaves trail @srisatish.

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  • Steve

    was technical in nature.. good group..

    August 7

  • Andrew L.

    I like to add my thanks to the organizer and the presenter. While the presentation might not be what some expected, I find it bring up many interesting ideas. Too bad I can't hear any of it due to the very poor acoustic at the venue. I am sorry to say for this reason alone I am unlikely to attend any future events held at the Hacker Dojo location.

    August 4

  • Andrew L.

    I like to add my thanks to the organizer and the presenter. While the presentation might not be what some expected, I find it bring up many interesting ideas. Too bad I can't hear any of it due to the very poor acoustic at the venue. I am sorry to say for this reason alone I am unlikely to attend any future events held at the Hacker Dojo location.

    August 4

  • srisatish

    Thanks @lee @cristian @ran @scott and others for the feedback. Sorry for the disappointment on what seems like a promising mix of spaces. Many more hands-on hack-sessions from IoT datasets, users and customers later we'll be back distilled experiences and content for the group. Thanks for organizing @elle @yixiang - you've built an vibrant community!

    1 · August 3

  • Scott P.

    Congratulations in reaching the 1000th member mark. Really shows that folks see a potential in IoT and want to learn more. Thank you for all your hard work in organizing and running this Meet-Up group.

    2 · August 1

  • Lee C.

    Sound was TERRIBLE, speaker largely incomprehensible. Room hot and stuffy. Re. the topic - not a good job of explaining how/what H2O brings to IoT. Examples were not edge sensor based realtime data streams.

    3 · July 31

    • Lee C.

      Let me just follow-up with my initial assessment by saying I think this meetup has *great* potential being located in Silicon Valley (not SF), especially with a lot of hardware hacking going on down here.

      And Hacker Dojo is very convenient and has the capacity for these meetups. Unless you can find a *long-term consistent* corporate meeting space then HD is the place to continue these. I'd suggest that organizers:
      1) work with HD to make sure the sound system works well before the meeting. Don't want to be fooling with AV once the meeting has started.
      2) help speakers be prepared to speak to the topic and present substantive information during the talk. When I give a talk I always shoot for 3 audience take-aways my audience can use, and am happy if everyone finds one thing. The speaker obviously was technically competent, just missed the relevant to IoT mark for me.

      3 · August 1

    • Scott P.

      Ditto to Lee's comments. Hacker Dojo is a great location for me. I saw ductwork in the ceiling. Is there anyway to get the ventilation turned on? How about propping that door to the outside open during the meeting? Strange that the PA is so muffled given that the speakers look to have small horns in them. While the speaker knew his stuff, and I know that all the data collected by IoT devices needs to be managed, I kept waiting for the linkages between HW and best implementation/managemen­t practices to be shared as part of the talk. I am glad the data management side of IoT is being talked about.

      August 1

  • Lee C.

    Sound was TERRIBLE, speaker largely incomprehensible. Room hot and stuffy. Re. the topic - not a good job of explaining how/what H2O brings to IoT. Examples were not edge sensor based realtime data streams.

    July 31

  • Kevin B.

    Sorry that this isn't planned for recording -- schedule conflict for me too... will there be slides, at least? Ironic that connectivity isn't an option considering the topic.

    2 · July 30

  • Godfrey

    Bummer, I seem to keep having schedule conflicts. Hope to make the next one. Thanks Elle for organizing!

    1 · July 28

  • Sachin P.

    Hi Elle, do we have Google Hangout or live streaming facility at the event location?

    Im not in US and want to attend this event.

    It would be great if you are recording this event and uploading on the youtube or any other channel.

    -Sachin

    July 30

    • Elle (Elizabeth) W.

      Hello Sachin, I’m sorry you are unable to attend! At this time, we are not streaming or recording meetups. However, we will post a copy of the presentation slides following the meetup.

      1 · July 30

  • Richard B.

    Sorry to miss this... I'm at the oneM2M Plenary in France...

    July 25

  • Elle (Elizabeth) W.

    All, the votes are in! Hacker Dojo won by more than 30%. Thank you for you feedback. Please RSVP for next week's meetup!

    July 25

  • AS

    Draper University or AOL/Medallia offices

    July 25

  • Michael F.

    Hacker Dojo has limited parking.

    July 24

  • dward

    I don't know if you received my vote but Sunnyvale center sounds good! It has good parking, conf rooms and is strategically located.

    July 24

  • Elle (Elizabeth) W.

    Hi All,
    Please vote on a location for the meetup's home: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MJD7YBJ

    Thank you!

    July 16

    • Cristian O.

      I think Hackers Dojo is ok (but maybe I'm biased since is only a couple of blocks away from home :P)

      July 17

  • Ted S.

    Hello Everyone, happy to join in the team and looking forward to see you soon

    July 9

  • A former member
    A former member

    I would be interested in hearing best practices around IoT infrastructure setup.

    1 · July 8

  • Michael F.

    I would like to see demo kits from leading IoT vendors.

    July 8

  • Russell H.

    How about a presentation on a new type of identification technology that identifies people by DNA and by wireless tagging of them, their car, and home? This same technology enables common people to use their phones to become part of a pervasive IoT detector network and to earner money from it as well.

    June 28

    • Elle (Elizabeth) W.

      Hello Russell, Interesting idea! Please email me for further discussion on this topic. ([masked]) - Thanks!

      July 7

  • AS

    I might consider presenting some viewpoints. Who should I connect/ discuss this with?

    June 12

    • Elle (Elizabeth) W.

      Hello, please send me a message including what you would like to talk about. Thanks!

      June 12

  • Rachel

    Hello Elle: I have a great speaker to propose for one of your upcoming IoTSiliconValley meetups. The topic would be rapid, user-centric prototyping of IoT products with manufacturability in mind. How can I send you more info? I'll also be at the meetup this coming Wednesday.
    Thank you!
    -Rachel
    [masked]

    1 · June 6

    • Elle (Elizabeth) W.

      Hi Rachel, Thank you for the nomination! I'll send you an email in just a bit. - Elle

      June 6

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