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TECHNICAL COMMITTEE / November 5, 2020

Technical Committee November 5, 2020 Presentation of the technical achievements and ongoing work (O. Grisel) Priority list for the consortium at Inria, year 2020–2021 From the discussion during the technical committee, the scikit-learn Consortium at Inria defined the following list of priorities for the coming year: Continue effort helping with project maintenance to keep the target to release twice a year (+ bugfix releases). Continue developments of the…

Implementing a faster KMeans in scikit-learn 0.23

The 0.23 version of scikit-learn was released a few days ago, bringing new features, bug fixes and optimizations. In this post we will focus on the rework of KMeans, a long going work started almost two years ago. Better scalability on machines with many cores was the main objective of this journey. It forced us to touch core challenges of low-level parallelism. KMeans clustering Before describing the optimization…

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE / February 3, 2020

Technical Committee February 3, 2020 Presentation of the technical achievements and ongoing work (O. Grisel) Priority list for the consortium at Inria, year 2020–2021 From the discussion during the technical committee, the scikit-learn Consortium at Inria defined the following list of priorities for the coming year: Continue effort helping with project maintenance to keep the target to release twice a year (+ bugfix releases). Development of the model…

Paris sprint of the Decade: happy birthday scikit-learn!

At the end of January 2020 a scikit-learn sprint took place in the Paris offices of Dataiku. Sonia and Léo from Dataiku deserve a special thanks for so nicely taking care of us! We had three days of coding in excellent company, introduced by a beginner's workshop aimed to lower the entry cost to the first Pull Request on scikit-learn. As a side effect the team had the…

Time to come out! scikit-learn 0.22

A new look and many new features for this 0.22 scikit-learn release. Just a bit earlier than Santa visiting, this past month some special Elves have worked really hard to keep the target of releasing scikit-learn twice a year. Come take a look at some of the many surprises this remarkable package contains. With big data come big responsibilities New features for plotting and interpretability Models fitted by…

Fujitsu rejoint le Consortium

Fujitsu Laboratories rejoint le Consortium. Fujitsu contribuera ainsi au soutien de la communauté qui développe scikit-learn. Pour plus d'informations le communiqué de presse Inria et Fujitsu sont en ligne.

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE / July 4, 2019

Technical Committee July 4, 2019   Priority list for the consortium at Inria, year 2019–2020   From the discussion during the technical committee, the scikit-learn consortium at Inria defined the following list of priorities for the coming year: Continue effort to help with project maintenance to keep the target to release twice a year. Development of the “inspect” module: Help finalize the pull requests for the newly introduced…

ADVISORY COMMITTEE / NOVEMBER 8, 2018

Minutes of the scikit-learn Advisory Committee meeting (November 8th 2018)   Where present: Chaouki Boutharouite - AXA Sébastien Conort - BNP Paribas Cardif Sylvain Duranton - BCG David Margery - Inria Foundation Olivier Trébucq - Inria Gaël Varoquaux - Inria Excused: Josh Patterson and Guillaume Barat -  Nvidia Laurent Duhem - Intel 1- The current administrative and financial situation of the consortium Two engineers have already been recruited…

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE / October 10, 2018

Technical Committee October 10, 2018   Priority list for the consortium at Inria, year 2018–2019   From the points discussed at the meeting, the Technical Committee is proposing the following list of priorities for the actions of the consortium, to be used by the management team for allocating consortium resources:   Faster release cycle & dedicate resources for maintenance. Benchmark and compliance tests (Intel & Nvidia): scikit-learn-benchmarks →…