Thursday, October 11 and Friday, October 12, 2018

International House, UC Berkeley

RISE Camp ​is ​a bootcamp ​organized ​by ​the ​UC ​Berkeley ​RISELab ​where ​you ​can get exposure to research and ​hands-on ​experience ​with systems and technologies for ​emerging AI applications including reinforcement learning, prediction serving, agile ML development, context management, and AI security. ​Please check this page for all updates on ​the ​curriculum, ​slides, ​links ​to ​resources, ​and ​more.

GENERAL REGISTRATION is now open! A limited number of tickets are available here at $500 each.

LIVE STREAMING LINK: https://www.youtube.com/c/UCBRISELab/live

Questions? Please email: risecamp@cs.berkeley.edu

LATEST UPDATES

LATEST UPDATES

September 13, 2018: General registration is now open for RISE Camp 2018! We are offering a very limited number of tickets at $500 price. Past events have sold out quickly, so please act fast! Registration link can be found here.

Prerequisites for attending are listed here. The focus of this event will be on the hands-on exercises and tutorials. The ideal attendee will be a practitioner and/or engineer who will be using our software with maybe some project management background as well.

Note: this event will also be live streamed and video archived on YouTube for free (we will provide links on the RISE Camp website in the weeks to come)

Register now to attend in-person at UC Berkeley!

 

Agenda

Agenda

DAY 1 – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018

Theme: Systems support for Emerging AI applications

DAY 2 – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2018

Theme: Data Analytics and Security

  • 8:00AM: Breakfast
  • 9:00: Tutorial Overview [Chia-Che Tsai]
  • 9:15AM: PyWren: Pushing Microservices to Teraflops
    • 9:15 – ­9:45AM: PyWren Talk [Eric Jonas]
    • 9:45 – ­10:45AM: PyWren Tutorial Lab
  • 10:45AM: Break
  • 11:15AM : Opaque: Secure analytics on SparkSQL

    • 11:15 – ­11:45AM : Opaque Talk [Ankur Dave]
    • 11:45 – ­12:45AM: Opaque Tutorial Lab
  • 12:45 ­- 2:00PM: Lunch
  • 2:00PM: WAVE: Global-scale Authorization for IoT without an Authority

  • 3:30PM:Integrated tutorial: Ray+Clipper+Flor+WAVE
  • 4:30 – ­4:45PM Concluding remarks [Raluca Popa]
FAQs

FAQs

What are the prerequisites for attendees of the RISE Camp?

  • Experience programming in Python in notebook environment
  • Basic understanding of AI/ML concepts (e.g., training, validation, linear models)
  • Laptop (with charger) and “modern” browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc. – for technical details, please go to this link)