We presented last week a paper about the industrial experience of micro frontends at the international conference on software architecture (ICSA). The conference is one of the most high-quality conferences in software engineering and rated as Jufo2 in the Finnish ranking system, i.e., the highest level for conferences.
We recently published a new demo video demonstrating the key features of the model card validation action developed at the University of Helsinki.
The ultimate goal is to ensure that every model promoted from the experimentation phase to production is accompanied by an up-to-date model card. This tool helps by adding an automated testing step (the validation action) to an MLOps pipeline, where the existence, structural integrity, and syntactical validity of the model card are confirmed.
Artificial Intelligence Governance and Auditing (AIGA) project, which ESE is a participant, will have its Final Seminar. We will present the key results of the project. We will also host more general discussions about the latest developments around responsible AI. Both researchers and industry representatives will share their views in the open seminar, and the program ends with an informal networking event.
The final seminar will take place on 13.10.2022 at the Turku School of Economics. A live stream is provided for remote participation. Please make sure to register before 5.10. (16:00).
Machine learning (ML) is becoming an increasingly common technology that is used in software-based systems. While software and software engineering practices are still a quintessential part of the design of such systems, the design space has data and ML and respective data scientist stakeholders as new concerns. Hence, MLOps — as a derivative of DevOps — is currently emerging to better integrate data and ML into the software engineering way of working, as well as integrate ML better in the software-based systems. MLOps is about both practices and tools for ML-based systems that technically enable iterative software engineering practice.
We have now open position for MSc thesis in the 4APIs research project. The project focuses on APIs, software ecosystems and software platforms. For further details, see the Offered MSc thesis topics page.
ESE is organizing an OpenReq hackathon in the recently renovated library premises of Kumpula campus. The objectives of the hackathon is to use and extend OpenReq micro services and data. For further information, see https://openreq.eu/helsinkihackathon/.