What I Learned From Looking at 200 Machine Learning Tools – Machine Learning Times – machine learning & data science news – The Predictive…

Originally published in Chip Huyen Blog, June 22, 2020

To better understand the landscape of available tools for machine learning production, I decided to look up every AI/ML tool I could find. The resources I used include:

After filtering out applications companies (e.g. companies that use ML to provide business analytics), tools that arent being actively developed, and tools that nobody uses, I got 202 tools. See the full list. Please let me know if there are tools you think I should include but arent on the list yet!

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This post consists of 6 parts:

I. OverviewII. The landscape over timeIII. The landscape is under-developedIV. Problems facing MLOpsV. Open source and open-coreVI. Conclusion

I. OVERVIEW

In one way to generalize the ML production flow that I agreed with, it consists of 4 steps:

I categorize the tools based on which step of the workflow that it supports. I dont include Project setup since it requires project management tools, not ML tools. This isnt always straightforward since one tool might help with more than one step. Their ambiguous descriptions dont make it any easier: we push the limits of data science, transforming AI projects into real-world business outcomes, allows data to move freely, like the air you breathe, and my personal favorite: we lived and breathed data science.

I put the tools that cover more than one step of the pipeline into the category that they are best known for. If theyre known for multiple categories, I put them in the All-in-one category. I also include the Infrastructure category to include companies that provide infrastructure for training and storage. Most of these are Cloud providers.

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