In the latest series of TinyML UK talks, Dr Dominic Binks from Cambridge-based Audio Analytic recently presented on how to make ML work in the real world.
Making ML work in the real world
In this talk, I share elements of our product design process, share some amusing stories from deploying ML models to real-world environments, see how the real world can throw up surprising, unexpected and plain strange scenarios, and propose tools and techniques to help build ML models that really work.
While ML researchers continue to deliver new techniques and tools to improve the performance of ML-based systems, there’s often a gap between those developments and ML systems working in the real world: why is it often the case that when ML models are deployed in the real they do not work anywhere near as well as lab experiments suggest? What is it that leads to this disconnect?
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About Audio Analytic
Audio Analytic is the pioneer of AI sound recognition technology. The company is on a mission to map the world of sounds, giving machines a compact sense of hearing. By transferring our sense of hearing to consumer products and digital personal assistants we give them the ability to react to the world around us, helping satisfy our entertainment, safety, security, wellbeing, convenience, and communication needs.
Audio Analytic’s ai3™ sound recognition software enables device manufacturers and chip companies to equip products at the edge with the ability to recognize and automatically respond to our growing list of audio events and acoustic scenes.
Audio Analytic is the pioneer of artificial audio intelligence, which is enabling a new generation of smart products to hear and react to the sounds around us.