Machine Learning: The Great Stagnation with Mark Saroufim

Mark Saroufim is the author of an article entitled “Machine Learning: The Great Stagnation”. Mark is a PyTorch Partner Engineer with Facebook AI. He has spent his entire career developing machine learning and artificial intelligence products. Before joining Facebook to do PyTorch engineering with external partners, Mark was a Machine Learning Engineer at Graphcore. Before that he founded Mark has also published “The Robot Overlord Manual” which “will teach you all the software, math and ML you’ll need to start building robots at home.” In this episode we discuss machine learning subjects and his experience developing cutting edge software.

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