Alex Housley

Alex Housley

Future sailor. Lover of all things techno. Creator of @genomelaser. Open sourcing machine learning @seldon_io.
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CEO @Seldon • Co-Founder

Machine Intelligence for Enterprise

Sep '14 - Present (6 years 11 months)

Rummble Labs

C.O.O. @Rummble Labs • Employee

Dec '09 - Present (11 years 8 months)

Total Hotspots

Founder @Total Hotspots • Employee

Amazing things Alex's made
I'm the creator the Genome Laser, the world's first public genome broadcast via laser. Dr. Charles Townes (inventor of the laser and Nobel Prize winner), and Dr. Jonathan Rothberg (inventor of high-speed genome sequencing) were the first people to have their genomes broadcast via laser.
Steve Karmeinsky recommended Seldon where Alex is Co-Founder

Seldon has been around for a while and has pivoted from being just a prediction platform to a machine learning (as a service) platform that can run multiple models and be used in many organisations. Though focussing on the Fintech arena, Seldon core can be deployed in any industry (a ML solution that runs in a Kubernetes environment).

Now Seldon is developing Seldon Deploy which is a UI based deployment system allowing models to deployed an tested automatically, this could be on live infrastructure with a percentage of traffic sent to the new model, or completely separate infrastructure, it's all up to how the deployment is specified. There are also levels of authority, so models can be developed by specialists, then made available for deployment and authorised by the correct people or teams.

If you're looking to do machine learning, then Seldon could ease the implantation, allowing data scientists to concentrate on the models themselves.