Audio Speaker: Michael Franklin, Liew Family Members Chair of Computer Technology, College of Chicago
Time: 2:30 -3:30 pm
Space: NSH 1507
The “P” in AMPLab represents “Individuals” and also an essential research study embed the laboratory got on incorporating human handling right into analytics pipes. Beginning with the CrowdDB task on human-powered inquiry answering and also proceeding right into the a lot more current SampleClean and also AMPCrowd/Clamshell tasks, we have actually been examining methods to optimize the advantage that can be gotten via entailing individuals in information collection, information cleansing, and also inquiry answering. In this talk I will certainly offer a review of these tasks and also talk about some future instructions for crossbreed cloud/crowd data-intensive applications and also systems.
Michael J. Franklin is the Liew Family Members Chair of Computer Technology and also Sr. Expert to the Provost for Calculation and also Information at the College of Chicago where his research study concentrates on data source systems, information analytics, information monitoring and also dispersed computer systems. Franklin formerly was the Thomas M. Siebel Teacher and also chair of the Computer technology Department of the EECS Division at the College of The Golden State, Berkeley. He routed and also co-founded Berkeley’s Individuals, equipments and also formulas Research laboratory (AMPLab), which developed industry-changing open resource Big Information software program such as Apache Glow and also BDAS, the Berkeley Information Analytics Heap. At Berkeley he likewise worked as an executive board participant for the Berkeley Institute for Information Scientific Research. He presently acts as a Board Participant of the Computer Study Organization and also on the NSF CISE Advisory Board. Franklin is an ACM Other and also a two-time recipient of the ACM SIGMOD “Examination of Time” honor. His various other honors consist of the Superior Expert honor from Berkeley’s Computer technology College student Organization, and also the “Finest Gong Program Talk” directly granted by Andy Pavlo at this year’s CIDR meeting.
For additional information regarding Dr. Franklin, browse through https://cs.uchicago.edu/directory/michael-franklin and also https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~franklin/