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AI Workflow: AI in Production

AI Workflow: AI in Production

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This is the sixth course in the IBM AI Enterprise Workflow Certification specialization. You are STRONGLY encouraged to complete these courses in order as they are not individual independent courses, but part of a workflow where each course builds on the previous ones. This course focuses on models in production at a hypothetical streaming media company. There is an introduction to IBM Watson Machine Learning. You will build your own API in a Docker container and learn how to manage containers with Kubernetes. The course also introduces several other tools in the IBM ecosystem designed to help deploy or maintain models in production. The AI workflow is not a linear process so there is some time dedicated to the most important feedback loops in order to promote efficient iteration on the overall workflow. By the end of this course you will be able to: 1. Use Docker to deploy a flask application 2. Deploy a simple UI to integrate the ML model, Watson NLU, and Watson Visual Recognition 3. Discuss basic Kubernetes terminology 4. Deploy a scalable web application on Kubernetes 5. Discuss the different feedback loops in AI workflow 6. Discuss the use of unit testing in the context of model …

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Mark J. Grover is a member of the IBM Data & AI Learning team and specializes in creating and delivering online content. He comes to IBM from Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, NC where he was a full time professor of computer technology. He was one of the coordinators for their Information Security program and taught courses in Computer Security, Network Administration, System Administration, and Microsoft Office. He was the lead Cisco instructor and faculty advisor to the school’s annual Cisco Netriders networking competition. During his tenure, he was recognized as a Cisco Instructor of Excellence – Expert level and was nominated for US Professor of the Year. Prior to teaching, Mark owned and operated a computer sales and service company for over 13 years. He then transitioned to a position working at the University of North Carolina Wilmington providing enterprise computer support, where he achieved the highest award for a staff member: The Award for Excellence in Innovation. Mark brings over 25 years of information technology experience to IBM. His passion includes camping, hiking, mountain biking, and spending time with his family. He is happily married and has two kids.

Specification: AI Workflow: AI in Production

Duration 11 hours
Year 2020
Level Expert
Certificate Yes
Quizzes Yes

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