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Leading AI/ML Teams

Leading AI/ML Teams

with Craig Martell Head of LyftML @ Lyft


Craig Martell shares the biggest mistakes leaders of machine learning teams make, what to do if you have no experience leading an ML team, key skills your ML team needs, plus different models/approaches to building an ML team. You’ll hear the most expensive and time-consuming parts of machine learning, how to estimate timelines, unique tech debt, and how to manage expectations.
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Episode 27: Leading AI/ML Teams

with Craig Martell Head of LyftML @ Lyft

Craig Martell shares the biggest mistakes leaders of machine learning teams make, what to do if you have no experience leading an ML team, key skills your ML team needs, plus different models/approaches to building an ML team. You’ll hear the most expensive and time-consuming parts of machine learning, how to estimate timelines, unique tech debt, and how to manage expectations.
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with Cathy Polinsky, Jerry Krikheli, Richard Wong, Erica Lockheimer & Claire Lew

A dynamic conversation between 4 current and past VPs of Engineering who cover all things about becoming a VPE! You'll hear how leadership is different in large vs. small companies, mental models to determine your greatest leverage, why you DON’T need to act like an owner, how to put trust into practice when you’re transitioning into a new role, and about the imperfect path to become a VPE.
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