Machine learning challenges at LinkedIn: Spark, TensorFlow, and beyond, Zhe Zhang (LinkedIn)

| December 13, 2019

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From people you may know (PYMK) to economic graph research, machine learning is the oxygen that powers how LinkedIn serves its 630M+ members. Zhe Zhang provides you with an architectural overview of LinkedIn’s typical machine learning pipelines complemented with key types of ML use cases.

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