Data is the most critical input to produce high performing computer vision models, and yet data scientists need to manually rummage through the data for days to identify poor quality data that pulls model performance down.

This leads to biased models, lost opportunities for quick model performance improvements and a lot of wasted time for data scientists.

In this webinar, we will learn from leaders in the data science community (from Pinterest and Elbit Systems of America) about the criticality of fixing the data, best practices to do so, and how platforms like Galileo are pivotal in the workflow.


Anirudh Koul - Head of Machine Learning Data Sciences at Pinterest

Anirudh Koul is a noted AI expert, UN/TEDx speaker, author of O’Reilly’s Practical Deep Learning book and a former scientist at Microsoft Research, where he founded Seeing AI, considered the most used technology among the blind community after the iPhone.
He works at Pinterest helping incubate emerging technologies. With features shipped to a billion users, he brings over 17 years of production-oriented applied research experience on petabyte-scale datasets. He also serves as an ML Lead for Frontier Development Labs & SpaceML – NASA’s AI Accelerator, and coaches a podium-winning team for Roborace autonomous driving championship @175mph.


Alexandra Levinson - Principal Algorithms / AI Engineer at Elbit Systems of America

Alexandra is a Principal Algorithms Engineer specializing in Tracking Systems at Elbit Systems of America, based in Miami FL. Previously, Alexandra worked as the VP of Analytics at an ag-tech start up, and as a Signal Processing Engineer on the Advanced Algorithms team at Raytheon Missile Systems. Alexandra graduated with honors from the University of Florida with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and holds an algorithm design patent in the field of Image Restoration.


Vikram Chatterji - Co-founder and CEO at Galileo

Vikram is the co-founder and CEO at Galileo, a ML data quality intelligence platform for data science teams building computer vision, NLP and generative AI models.

Prior to founding Galileo, Vikram led product management at Google AI.

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