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Tuesday, November 10 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Machine Learning at Comcast - Andrew Leamon & Chushi Ren

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With 10s of Millions of Customers and 100s of Millions of Devices it’s not hard to reach Big Data scale. Comcast has Big Data there is no question about that! Until recently, applying machine learning to these datasets required sampling or very expensive solutions. Comcast is now using H20.ai as part of it’s Advanced Analytics toolbox. In this talk we will walk through some of the applications of Machine Learning at Comcast. Hear how we are driving rich features in our X1 Products, improving Customer Service, increasing the efficiency and reliability of our network and helping our products to self-heal.

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Andrew Leamon

Director - Engineering Analysis, Comcast
Drew Leamon started his career at Microsoft while studying Computer Science at Princeton University.   In his studies, he delved into Computer Graphics, Artificial Intelligence and Computational Neurobiology.  At Microsoft, he collaborated with Microsoft Research on one of the first commercial implementations of collaborative filtering for e-commerce.  This was released as Microsoft Site Server: Commerce Edition. |  Graduating... Read More →
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Chushi Ren

Engineer 3, Comcast NBCUniversal
Chushi Ren is an Engineer 3 at Engineering Analysis at Comcast NBCUniversal. He received his MSE in Robotics from University of Pennsylvania. In school, Chushi’s research interest was on applying Machine Learning models to solve Computer Vision problems such as building a gesture recognition model using Kinect with one training sample. Chushi joined Comcast NBCUniversal as a CORE Technology Rotation Program associate before he took his... Read More →


Tuesday November 10, 2015 10:30am - 11:00am
Ramanujan Stage