Bradley Holt

Bradley Holt

Bradley Holt leads a team of developer advocates at IBM who are democratizing data and AI through open source technologies. His team's work includes helping developers integrate open source deep learning models into their applications, enabling developers and data scientists to better collaborate, fostering the publication and usability of open data, advancing the usage of data and AI for social good, and promoting open standards for the deployment and operationalization of data and AI.

Montreal 2019 sessions

A Gentle Introduction to Deep Learning for Developers

English session - Beginner

While we are a long ways out from machines that can perform artificial general intelligence (AGI) tasks, deep learning can be used for many narrow artificial intelligence (AI) tasks including image or audio classification, facial recognition, object recognition, image caption generation, and natural language processing. We will explore how developers can easily integrate open source deep learning models into their applications.

Deep Learning at the Edge with TensorFlow.js

English session - Intermediate

With TensorFlow.js developers can embed pre-trained deep learning models directly within a Node.js or web application. Deep learning can be used for many tasks including image or audio classification, facial recognition, object recognition, image caption generation, and natural language processing. TensorFlow.js enables inferencing on deep learning models at the edge, removing the dependency on potentially slow and unreliable network API calls.

Montreal 2017 sessions

Vancouver 2016 sessions

Montreal 2016 sessions