Machine Learning Ops, Production & Engineering Vancouver

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The world's first virtual event dedicated exclusively to ML in Production. Join when you can - all recordings provided.

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Vancouver's first virtual event dedicated exclusively to ML in Production. 

Too few companies have effective AI leaders or an effective AI strategy.

An interactive conference is one in which you meet attendees before the event, message speakers directly, discuss specific areas of your work and establish a stronger network. We’re working to help you with a clearer understanding of best practices, methodologies, and principles of effective ML.

The micro-summit includes:

  • 6 speakers
  • Access 3+ hours of live-streamed content (incl. recordings)
  • Talks for beginners/intermediate & advanced
  • Case Studies, Executive Track – Business Alignment & Advanced Technical Research
  • Q+A with speakers
  • 1-2 workshops
  • Channels to share your work with community
  • Virtual announcement and networking opportunities
  • Chat Roulette style interactions (optional)

Workshops are from 10 AM - 1 PM and talks begin from 5:30 PM PST

  • Ramy Nassar, Author | Facilitator | Speaker Design Thinking for AI + Machine Learning (Interactive Workshop)
  • Nathalie Rauschmay, Machine Learning Scientist, AWS
  • Stan Kirdey, Senior Distributed Systems Engineer - Insights Engineering, Netflix . Using Reinforcement Learning in Large Scale Automation
  • Parin Shah, Data Scientist, NuData Security, Mastercard Designing A Real-Time Model to Prevent Fake Account Sign-Up
  • Maryna Karpusha, Machine Learning Research Team Lead, Borealis AI Technical Debts in Machine Learning Projects and How to Mitigate Them
  • Eimear Nolan, Senior Data Scientist, Unbounce Diversify Your Way To Rapid ML Experimentation
  • Andreas Putz, Discipline Lead (Software) and Head of Internal Projects, MistyWest Machine Learning on the Edge - From Microcontrollers to Embedded Linux Devices
  • Patricia Thaine, CEO; PhD Candidate at Private AI; University of Toronto Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning

Join this new initiative to help push the AI community forward.


Part of the larger MLOps: Production & Engineering World this chapter specifically in Vancouver will showcase companies and talks specific to the city.

We believe these events should be as accessible as possible and set our ticket passes accordingly 

The Vancouver MLOps initiative is dedicated to helping promote the development of AI/ML effectively, and responsibly across all Industries. As well, to help data practitioners, researchers and students fast-track their learning process and develop rewarding careers in the field of ML and AI. 

What to expect at MLOps;

Business Leaders, including C-level executives and non-tech leaders, will explore immediate opportunities, and define clear next steps for building their business advantage around their data.

Researchers will have the opportunity to share with their peer's cutting-edge advancements in the field.

MLOps: Production and Engineering World is held by TMLS and intented to unite and support the wider AI Ecosystem, and companies operating within it.

With an explorative approach, our initiatives address the unique needs of our community of over 9,000+ ML researchers, professionals, entrepreneurs and engineers. Intended to empower its members and propel AI research, & business applications on a global stage, our events attempt to re-imagining what it means to have a connected community; offering support, growth, inclusion for all participants.


Q: What are the technical requirements to be able to participate?

Laptop or personal computer, strong, reliable wifi connection. Google Chrome is recommended to run the Virtual Conference platform.

Q: Can I watch the livestream sessions on my phone or tablet computer?

Yes, the Virtual Conference is accessible via a smartphone or tablet.

Q: Which sessions are going to be recorded? When will the recordings be available and do I have access to them?

All sessions will be recorded during the event (provided speaker permissions) and will be made available to attendees approximately 2-4 weeks after the event and be available for 12 months after release.

Q: Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There is not. Everyone is welcome.

Q: How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email info@torontomachinelearning.com

Q: What's the refund policy? Tickets are refundable up to 15 days before the event.

Q: Why should I attend the MLOps? Developments are happening fast - it's important to stay on top.

For businesses leaders, you will have direct contact with the people that matter most; consultants and experts, potential new hires, and potential new clients. For data practitioners, you'll have an opportunity to fast-track your learning process with access to relevant use-cases, and top quality speakers and instructors that you'll make lasting connections with while building your network. 

The event is casual and tickets are priced to remove all barriers to entry. Space, however, is limited. 

Q: Who will attend? The event will have three tracks: One for Business, one for Advanced Practitioners/Researchers and one for applied use-cases (Focusing on various Industries). Business Executives, PhD researchers, Engineers and Practitioners ranging from Beginner to Advanced. See Attendee Demographics and a list of the Attendee Titles from our past event here. 

Q: Can I speak at the event?

Yes you can submit an abstract here. Deadline to submit a talk is Nov 13th, however, we will continue to review submissions. 

*Content is non-commercial and speaking spots cannot be purchased. 

Q: Will you give out the attendee list? No, we do our best to ensure attendees are not inundated with messages, We allow attendees to stay in contact through our slack channel and follow-up monthly socials.

Q: Can my company have a display? Yes, there will be spaces for company displays. You can inquire at info@torontomachinelearning.com.

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