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Episode 395: Katharine Jarmul on Security and Privacy in Machine Learning

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Episode 395: Katharine Jarmul on Security and Privacy in Machine Learning

Katharine Jarmul of DropoutLabs discusses security and privacy concerns as they relate to Machine Learning. Host Justin Beyer spoke with Jarmul about attacks that can be leveraged against data pipelines and machine learning models; attack types – adversarial example, model inference, deanonymization; and how they can be utilized to manipulate model outcomes; the dangers of […]

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Episode 394: Chris McCord on Phoenix LiveView

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Episode 394: Chris McCord on Phoenix LiveView

Chris McCord, author of the Phoenix Framework and Programming Phoenix 1.4, discusses Phoenix’s LiveView functionality to showcase the power of real-time applications without the need for writing a single line of JavaScript. Host Adam Conrad spoke with Chris McCord about the basics of LiveView, how it was created, and the best use cases for integrating […]

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Episode 393: Jay Kreps on Enterprise Integration Architecture with a Kafka Event Log

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Episode 393: Jay Kreps on Enterprise Integration Architecture with a Kafka Event Log

Jay Kreps, CEO of Confluent discusses an enterprise integration architecture organized around an event log. Robert Blumen spoke with Jay about the N-squared problem of data integration; how LinkedIn tried and failed to solve the integration problem;  the nature of events; the enterprise event schema; schema definition languages; the use of an event log in […]

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Episode 392: Stephen Wolfram on Mathematica

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Episode 392: Stephen Wolfram on Mathematica

Stephen Wolfram, creator of Mathematica and Wolfram Alpha discusses the wolfram language, which is behind both projects. Host Adam Gordon Bell spoke with Stephen Wolfram about computing, computational essays, building a language, notebook-based computing, and teaching children how to code. Stephen discusses the origin story behind Mathematica and why it is so unique and sometimes considered […]

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Episode 391: Jeremy Howard on Deep Learning and fast.ai

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Episode 391: Jeremy Howard on Deep Learning and fast.ai

Jeremy Howard from fast.ai explains deep learning from concept to implementation. With transfer learning, individuals and small organizations can quickly get to work on machine learning problems using the open source fastai library and desktop graphics hardware. Jeremy and host Nate Black discuss neural network architecture and deep learning models, using pre-trained models from a […]

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