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How to deploy interpretable models to business users

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Moving forward, all new reports will be publicly available and free to download. In addition, we will be providing access to updated versions of older reports over time, so check back often to explore available free research.

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Despite its promise, machine learning can be downright daunting. Best efforts can be quickly undermined by uncertainty about a rapidly changing technical landscape, bewilderment on how best to build and organize teams, and difficulty separating hype from reality. 

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Cloudera Fast Forward Labs Research focuses on emerging trends that are still changing due to algorithmic breakthrough, hardware breakthrough, technological commoditization, and data availability. Accompanying the reports are working prototypes that exhibit the capabilities of the algorithm and offer detailed technical advice on its practical application.

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Inferring Concept Drift Without Labeled Data

Concept drift occurs when the statistical properties of a target domain change over time causing model performance to degrade. Drift detection is generally achieved by monitoring a performance metric of interest and triggering a retraining pipeline when that metric falls below some designated threshold. However, this approach assumes ample labeled data is available at prediction time - an unrealistic constraint for many production systems. In this report, we explore various approaches for dealing with concept drift when labeled data is not readily accessible.

 Inferring Concept Drift Without Labeled Data
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Exploring Multi-Objective Hyperparameter Optimization

We develop machine learning models against the “usual suspect” metrics like predictive accuracy, recall, and precision. However, these metrics are rarely truly all we care about. Production models must also satisfy physical requirements such as latency or memory footprint, or fairness constraints. Hyperparameter optimization becomes even more challenging when we have multiple metrics to optimize. Our latest research examines this “multi-objective” hyperparameter optimization scenario in detail.

Exploring Multi-Objective Hyperparameter Optimization

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