Multi-modal deep learning in less than 15 lines of code

Learn how to easily build, iterate and deploy a state-of-the-art deep learning model to predict customer ratings with a declarative approach to machine learning.

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Multi-modal deep learning in less than 15 lines of code

The challenges of building multi-modal models from scratch

For many machine learning use-cases, organizations rely solely on tabular data and tree-based models like XGBoost and LightGBM. This is because deep learning is simply too hard for most ML teams. Common challenges include:

  • Lack of expert knowledge needed to develop complex deep learning models
  • Frameworks like PyTorch and Tensorflow require teams to write thousands of lines of code that is prone to human error
  • Training distributed DL pipelines requires deep knowledge of infrastructure and can take weeks to train models

As a result, teams miss out on valuable signals hidden within unstructured data like text and images.


Rapid model development with declarative systems

New declarative machine learning systems—like open-source Ludwig started at Uber—provide a low-code approach to automating ML that enables data teams to build and deploy state-of-the-art models faster with a simple configuration file. Specifically, Predibase—the leading low-code declarative ML platform—along Ludwig make it easy to build multi-modal deep learning models in < 15 lines of code.

Multi-modal deep learning in less than 15 lines of code

Learn how build a multi-modal model with declarative ML

Join our upcoming webinar and live tutorial to learn about declarative systems like Ludwig and follow along with step by step instructions for building a multi-modal customer review prediction model leveraging text and tabular data. 

In this session you will learn how to:

  • Rapidly train, iterate, and deploy a multi-modal model for customer review predictions,
  • Use low-code declarative ML tools to dramatically reduce the time it takes to build multiple ML models,
  • Leverage unstructured data just as easily as structured data with open-source Ludwig and Predibase

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