MemSQL Showcases Machine Learning Image Recognition for Apache Spark

June 04 16:00 2017 Print This Article

SAN FRANCISCO, June 05, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MemSQL, provider of the fastest real-time data warehouse, will host a kiosk and run a session on real-time image recognition using machine learning on June 7, at Spark Summit 2017. Led by Nikita Shamgunov, CTO of MemSQL, the session will delve into image recognition techniques available with Apache Spark, and how to put those techniques into production.

From smartphones to Spectacles, computing has pushed limits and now there is a mandatory need for digital image processing. Additionally, new computing models have rapidly emerged to help data engineers harness the power of this imagery, and vast resources associated with cloud platforms have moved the industry forward quickly.

During the session, MemSQL will showcase how to make the most of digital imagery in real-time as well as discuss how to architect integrations with popular machine learning frameworks like TensorFlow and its ability to take advantage of GPUs.

The session will also cover:

  • Architectural considerations in building an image recognition pipeline
  • Advantages and pitfalls of specific approaches
  • Real-time capabilities for instant matches
  • Use of a fast relational datastore to persist data from Spark

To learn more, check out Nikita’s session on Wednesday, June 7 from 2:40 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. in Room 2022 or visit us at Kiosk 7 in the Expo Hall at Moscone West, in San Francisco.

About MemSQL
MemSQL delivers the leading database platform for real-time analytics. Global enterprises use MemSQL to achieve peak performance and optimize data efficiency. With the combined power of database, data warehouse, and streaming workloads in one system, MemSQL helps companies anticipate problems before they occur, turn insights into actions, and stay relevant in a rapidly changing world. Visit memsql.com or follow us @memsql.

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