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Andrew Ferlitsch, from the developer relations team at Google Cloud AI, is so far out on the cutting edge of machine learning and artificial intelligence that he has to invent new terminology to describe what’s happening in Cloud AI with Google Cloud’s enterprise clients. In this interview with editors at Manning Publications, he talks about the current and coming changes in machine learning systems, starting with the concept of model amalgamation. Ferlitsch is currently writing a book, Deep Learning Design Patterns, which collects his ideas along with the most important composable model components.
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