ANIMESH SINGH

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Animesh Singh is an STSM and lead for IBM Watson and Cloud Platform, currently leading Machine Learning and Deep Learning initiatives on IBM Cloud. He has been with IBM for more than a decade and is currently working with communities and customers to design and implement Deep Learning, Machine Learning and Cloud Computing frameworks. He has been leading cutting edge projects for IBM enterprise customers in Telco, Banking, and Healthcare Industries, around cloud and virtualization technologies. He has a proven track record of driving design and implementation of private and public cloud solutions from concept to production. He also led the design and development first IBM public cloud offering, and was the lead architect for Bluemix Local. Find Animesh on Twitter @AnimeshSingh.

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