UbiOps becomes NVIDIA AI Enterprise partner: pioneering the future of AI
Amsterdam, November 22nd, 2023 — UbiOps today announced certification on NVIDIA AI Enterprise software, which powers the NVIDIA AI platform. This certification will enable organizations to use the software’s included AI frameworks, libraries, and SDKs for accelerating data science and streamlining development and deployment of production-ready generative AI, computer vision, speech AI, and more on […]
Intermax, Guida, and UbiOps signed a partnership agreement
Intermax, Guida, and UbiOps have signed a partnership agreement. Together we aim to offer an end-to-end private cloud solution for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML), aimed at regulated markets. This solution enables organizations to quickly and safely start the implementation of AI/ML into their business. Creating added value for business processes with AI/ML remains a challenge […]
Best ways to support AI workloads
Best Ways to Support AI Workloads Artificial intelligence promises tremendous benefits for organizations, but taking machine learning models into production presents challenges. Models require specialized infrastructure to support them. So with that said: what are the best practices for supporting AI workloads? Understand Unique Infrastructure Needs AI workloads have specific infrastructure requirements that differ from […]
Deploy Stable Diffusion model to UbiOps (easily and quickly)
This guide will explain how you can deploy a Stable Diffusion model in under 15 minutes The number of parameters of Machine Learning (ML) models has been growing over the last few years, with some models (like GPT-4) reaching over one trillion parameters. With this increase in size, the development of these models requires more […]
New UbiOps features October 2023
On the 26th of October 2023 we have released new functionality and made improvements to our UbiOps SaaS product. An overview of the changes is given below. Python client library version for this release: 3.17.0 CLI version for this release: 2.17.0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2fqQBbYaNs&feature=youtu.be Webhooks are now available You can now configure webhooks in your UbiOps project to […]
TurinTech AI partners with UbiOps to optimise machine learning code for inference and serving
ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE: https://www.turintech.ai/turintech-ai-partners-with-ubiops/ TurinTech AI, the leader in AI-powered code optimisation for machine learning and data-heavy applications, has today announced its partnership with UbiOps, the ModelOps platform that enables data analytics teams to deploy, serve and scale AI and machine learning workloads, to power the next generation of AI applications. TurinTech AI’s evoML platform […]
French startup Emersio launches unique financial platform on UbiOps
Challenge French startup Emersio, which is developing an entirely new, innovative platform for producing financial forecasts for SMEs/small businesses, was in search of a solution that was capable of speeding up the running of their complex models and custom pipelines with parallelism and conditional logic. Solution On the UbiOps platform, with its easy-to-use pipeline functionality […]
When should you fine-tune your LLM?
The general understanding of language that pre-trained LLMs possess means that the majority of the development work is already done for you! However, to get a specialized model that is optimized to perform a specific task, you need to adapt your LLM to that task through a process called fine-tuning. This process requires some expertise, as well as state-of-the-art hardware, but much less so than if you were to develop a model from scratch.
Everything there is to know about LLMOps
Introduction When Google released the paper Attention is all you need, which introduced a new neural network architecture for sequence modelling, called Transformers, the foundation for Large Language Models (LLMs) was established. The architecture is based on a self-attention mechanism that gives a model the ability to understand context very well, which revolutionised the field […]
MLOps vs LLMOps: What’s the difference?
LLMOps is MLOps for LLMs. To explain what that means, we should start by explaining what MLOps is. MLOps is DevOps for ML-based software! So we should start the explanation at DevOps. DevOps exists to solve some of the challenges that arise in the software development and deployment process. It consists of methods that make […]
How Medical Technology is Powered by Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as a world-changing technology with a wide range of applications across industries. From virtual assistants to autonomous vehicles and advanced data analytics, AI has started to revolutionize the way we live and work. One of the sectors that is rapidly developing because of the emergence of AI is medical technology […]
New UbiOps features August 2023
On the 24th of August 2023 we have released new functionality and made improvements to our UbiOps SaaS product. Below you can read about all the changes. Connecting UbiOps to VM nodepools We made it possible to connect virtual machine (VM) nodepools to your UbiOps projects. Before this release, any nodepool you wanted to couple would require […]
Serverless GPUs for AI Inference and Training
What is a serverless GPU? If you want to make use of GPUs in your day-to-day operations, you typically have two options: Using an on-premise GPU or a serverless GPU (which is a cloud computing model). This article will focus on the latter of the two. Serverless GPUs are GPUs that are located in a […]
Best ways to build your GPU clusters
What Is a GPU Cluster? When multiple computers have a GPU connected to every node, this is called a GPU cluster, where a node is defined as a point of connection within a data communication network. A GPU cluster can be used to take the parallelization power of GPUs to the next level. By combining […]
Throughout the past weeks we worked hard on adding new features and functionality to our UbiOps platform. This release includes organizations to structure projects, an extensive permission system, and a public sign-up process. Furthermore, we released our Python client library that simplifies integrating UbiOps functionality into your projects. Our WebApp received a redesign as well, which is available as of now.
5 Remote Working Tips from Dutch Analytics
For many, working from home sounds like a dream. Sending emails from the couch, flexible working hours and chatting with colleagues on camera. Sounds cool, right? Certainly, you can become less disturbed and boost your productivity while working from home! The current situation of the Coronavirus has forced many teams to isolate themselves and work […]
Meetup: Machine Learning in Travel
Regarding the COVID-19 situation in the Netherlands Since the health and wellbeing of our attendees is our main priority, we sadly announce that our event has been canceled for March 19th, 2020. We need to postpone our first event about Machine Learning in Travel. Meanwhile, keep your eyes on our Meetup group and stay up […]
Dutch Analytics secures 2-million-euro investment from Global Founders Capital and BAM
Dutch Analytics has raised a 2-million-euro investment led by Global Founders Capital, one of the leading venture capital (VC) firms in Europe. The funding round is also backed by the Dutch construction company BAM. The investment comes at a time when Dutch Analytics is looking to expand its team and further develop UbiOps, its platform […]
Presenting our ABB Accelarator project
Throughout the last months Dutch Analytics participated in the ABB Industrial AI Accelerator. Together with the ABB Marine & Ports Division we developed a monitoring application for the cooling system in frequency converters on large tanker vessels. Using data from the ABB remote diagnostics system on board of the vessel, we developed an analytical model […]
Yes!Delft the Hague Grand Opening
Today, 5th of March, the Grand Opening of the new Yes!Delft the Hague incubator location took place. This festive opening took off with some encouraging talks from amongst others Prince Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau and a fun drink. The invitees had the opportunity to visit our office and have a chat with us. At Dutch Analytics […]
Dutch Analytics is moving!
We are excited to announce that Dutch Analytics is moving to a new office in the Hague! From February 1st we will be located at the HeadQuarter in the Hague. This is a new addition to the Yes!Delft incubator. YES!Delft the Hague will host some startups focussing on AI and Blockchain technologies. The new home […]