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This is a relatively informal group of Seattle-area data scientists, ML engineers and software engineers. We meet monthly at tech companies who are willing to host us in downtown Seattle or Bellevue, and have a format which varies from a series of lightning talks, evening meetups, weekend workshops by visiting or local speakers.

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[cross-post] Is No-code the Future of Machine Learning? - Michael Galarnyk

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At this event, we’ll be speaking with ​​Michael Galarnyk to explore the current state of no-code and low-code machine learning solutions, as well as what the future may hold. RSVP on eventbrite to join live.

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About the Guest:
Michael Galarnyk is a Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Evangelist at cnvrg.io, a teacher for Stanford continuing studies, and a data science author.

Stay connected with Michael and checkout the amazing content!

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About Robust & Responsible (Rsqrd) AI:
Rsqrd AI is a community of AI builders [engineers, scientists, product managers, etc] who are committed to making AI technology robust & responsible. We regularly organize community events to share knowledge and collaborate on best practices for enterprise-scale AI development.
Join the Rsqrd community Slack: https://bit.ly/rsqrd-slack

This group is managed by the wonderful people at https://whylabs.ai - Enable AI Observability to achieve healthy models, fewer incidents, and happy customers.

Try our open-source data logging project: https://github.com/whylabs/whylogs

Reach out to Sage Elliott on LinkedIn or Slack if you'd like to speak at an event.

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[cross post] Is the World Ready for AutoML? - Doris Xin

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