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Getting a Neural Network Up and Running with OpenLab

Access to hardware for AI/ML for the every day developer wanting to explore this field can be difficult to obtain and maintain for even the most rudimentary applications and testing. Needing to go beyond a single development machine running locally only increases this obviously. OpenLab is curated infrastructure accessible to open source projects and individuals working within and on open source projects designed to help address this use case. With access to GPU, FPGA, IoT, and more, HPC, AI/ML, Deep Learning, or other testing and applications can be quickly explored. In this presentation we will walk through getting an account with OpenLab, obtaining resources, and getting a simple neural network up and running with an application that should bring back great childhood memories.

What can I expect to learn?

Talking about AI/ML is great but hands-on application and testing is required. This session provides valuable information for individuals and enterprises of all sizes about resources to get up and running today with AI/ML.

Monday, April 29, 4:40pm-5:20pm (10:40pm - 11:20pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Open Source Community Operations Manager, Huawei
Melvin Hillsman is a Senior SRE at Red Hat working on the Operator Enablement team. Prior to joining Red Hat he worked closely with members of the Kubernetes, OpenStack, CNCF, CloudFoundry, and OPNFV communities for integration and validation of cloud ecosystem tooling and support of hybrid and multi-cloud validation. As a member of the Operator Enablement team Melvin assists ISVs, Red Hat... FULL PROFILE