Implementing Responsible AI using Error Analysis Toolkit

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Error Analysis, a new Responsible AI open source toolkit, enables machine learning practitioners to identify model errors and diagnose the root causes behind these errors, helping to build responsible, reliable, and trusted solutions.


Anurag Singh

Senior AI Architect Schneider AI Hub

A Data Science/Machine Learning Architect pursuing Reinforcement Learning from IISC Bangalore,Design Thinking Certificate from IIT Madras 2019,Executive Certificate in Big Data Analytics from SP JIMR, Mumbai 2017,Internship Certificate in Data Science using R from IIM Lucknow 2017. Areas of interest are Big Data Analytics Machine learning, Artificial Intelligence|Cognitive Services and Block Chain. 10+ years of experience in software application development.Currently a full time Data Science and Machine Learning Practitioner and a part time Block Chain Practitioner. 7 yr's experience in Microsoft Web Technologies comprising mostly of ASP.Net related web front end technologies, distributed services and database development. Supported clientele: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Wells Fargo Centre-India Centre of Emerging Technologies Lab, Zurich Insurance (Switzerland), Qatar Airways (Doha Qatar), JPMorgan (New York), Tesco (UK and Ireland).Currently associated with Diageo Business Services India. 2 years of Onsite Experience at client Qatar Airways handling and owning end to end development of software systems. Hold valid B1 visa expiring 2025. Experience in project offshoring, project setup and developing and deploying advanced analytics globally.

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