Dr. A. Cristiano I. MalossiBased in Rüschlikon, Switzerland
Dr. Cristiano Malossi is Research Staff Member at the IBM Research laboratory in Zurich, where he leads research and productization activities based on Automation of AI for cloud and on-prem solutions. In 2018 Cristiano’s team released on the IBM Cloud the first IBM engine for automation of neural network synthesis (NeuNetS), targeting image and text classification. In 2019, this work is being further extended to cover automation for time series and structured data, among others. Since 2017 Cristiano is coordinator of the FET-H2020 Open transPREcision COMPuting (OPRECOMP) project, with focus on low-power/low-energy computing paradigms based on approximation and transprecision. Cristiano is a recipient of the 2016 IPDPS Best Paper Award and the 2015 ACM Gordon Bell Prize. Since 2015 he is also member of ACM Society, and since 2019 he is part of the Technical Program committee of SC. Before IBM, Cristiano graduated from the EPFL in Lausanne with a PhD in applied mathematics. In 2013, his thesis on parallel algorithms and mathematical methods for the numerical simulation of cardiovascular problems granted him the IBM Research Prize for Scientific Computing. Cristiano has also a B.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering and a M.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano (Italy).
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AI Automation for Scalable AI: From automation of NN architecture search, towards the acceleration of the full data science process
AI brings great promise for a new wave of unprecedented productivity across a multitude of industries. Recent AI models have demonstrated extraordinary results in Computer Vision, Natural Language...
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