Romeo Kienzler


Romeo Kienzler works as a Chief Data Scientist in the IBM Watson IoT worldwide team helping clients to apply advanced machine learning at scale on their IoT sensor data. His current research focus is on scalable machine learning on Apache Spark. He is a contributor to various open source projects and works as an associate professor for artificial intelligence at a Swiss university. Romeo Kienzler is a member of the IBM Technical Expert Council and the IBM Academy of Technology (#ibmaot) - IBM’s leading brain trusts.

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Edge computing on the IoT edge with Apple CoreML, nVidia Jetson TX2, or even a Raspberry PI

This was the first thing which popped into my mind when I was reading about the latest partnership announcement between Apple and IBM. To summarize...

Deploy a Deep Learning model in seconds with the IBM Code Model Asset Exchange

Discover Deep Learning models that you can deploy in an instant in the IBM Code Model Asset Exchange, an exchange of free and open source...

Why hardware matters in AI – the case for GPU & PowerAI

In scaling neural networks, you just can't get the data into GPU memory as fast as the GPU would process it. This is the main...

The importance of scaling neural network training for finding optimal models

Discover the importance of scaling neural network training to find the right deep learning models by using fully automated hyper-parameter tuning. Even still considered black...

A developer’s view on IBM’s Open Tech AI strategy

I’m especially proud of is IBM’s clear strategy to create, support, and enhance Open Tech AI. From IBM's Center of Open-Source Data and AI...

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Create a scalable and fault-tolerant REST endpoint using Flask and Python

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Collect and analyze social data without writing a single line of code

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