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We’re super excited to share that Aporia is now the first ML observability offering integration to the Databricks Lakehouse Platform. This partnership means that you can now effortlessly automate your data pipelines, monitor, visualize, and explain your ML models in production. Aporia and Databricks: A Match Made in Data Heaven One key benefit of this […]
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We’re excited 😁 to share that Forbes has named Aporia a Next Billion-Dollar Company. This recognition comes on the heels of our recent $25 million Series A funding and is a huge testament that Aporia’s mission and the need for trust in AI are more relevant than ever. We are very proud to be listed […]
Model training is the process in the machine learning model development lifecycle where data scientists try to fit the best combinations of weights and biases to a machine-learning algorithm to minimize the loss function over the prediction range. Model training aims to construct the best mathematical representation of the relationship between features and a target label (in supervised learning) or just among features themselves (unsupervised learning).
A model’s training is an essential step in the machine learning process that culminates in a valid, tested, and deployed model. The performance of the model determines the quality of the applications that are built using that model. While training a model, the quality of the data and the accuracy of the algorithm are important. Generally, training data is divided into validating, testing, and training. Training algorithms are chosen according to the end-use case. In choosing the best algorithm, a number of factors must be considered: model complexity, interpretability, performance, compute requirements, etc. Model training encompasses all these aspects, making it an important component of the overall machine learning development cycle.