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CRC 901 – On-The-Fly Computing (OTF Computing)

Wednesday, 18.07.2018 | 15.00 - 17.30 Uhr | Fürstenallee 11, HNI Foyer

SFB meets SAP

Begin: 18. of July 2018 (3:00 PM)
Location: Fürstenallee 11, HNI Foyer
Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels

On 18 July 2018 the following event will take place in the series "SFB meets Industry":

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Speaker: Harini Gunabalan, SAP SE
Title: How you can shape the future of software development with Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence

The talk will introduce the audience to SAP and what
latest technologies and research SAP is involved in. The
talk will focus on the evolution of software development
from client-server to massive distributed systems and
how this is shaping up the future of Artificial Intelligence.


4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Speaker: Dr. Felix Mohr, SFB 901
Title: On-The-Fly Machine Learning

On-The-Fly (OTF) Computing is a novel computing paradigm that aims at the provision of individually configured software services in a market environment that comprises so-called OTF providers, service providers, and end-users as main participants. As a specific instantiation of this paradigm, On-The-Fly Machine Learning (OTF-ML) refers to the on-the-fly selection, configuration, provision, and execution of machine learning and data analytics functionality as requested by an end-user. As such, OTF-ML can be seen as an extension of the idea of automated machine learning (Auto-ML). In this talk, we outline the vision of OTF-ML, elaborate on several methodological challenges it involves, and present first attempts at addressing these challenges. In particular, this includes the use of techniques from AI planning to tackle the service composition task, i.e., to select, compose, and parametrize machine learning pipelines, and the idea of capitalizing on previously solved service requests (and possible feedback by the users) to enhance future ML service composition.

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