W&B Webinars

Exploring Advanced ML Tools
Upcoming Webinar: October 22


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Benefit of an interactive session.
Launch your own experiment in minutes and get realtime feedback from your live project. Participate in a Q&A session directly with your host.
Industry Experts
Be inspired by new ideas and the most efficient courses of action. Get insights and learn about latest trends from thought leaders and influencers working on academic and real life applications.
Best Practices
We love to make your work more efficient. Learn from our best practices on how to get the most out of your models. Discover how you and your team can collaborate better using Weights & Biases.
Every machine learning practitioner wants their models to be safe, fair, and reliable. Today, that’s really hard to do without a robust toolset.
The biggest pain point in the field of ML is the lack of comprehensive software and best practices to manage ML workflows.
Weights & Biases enables ML practitioners with state-of-art tools to support them in creating reliable, explainable, and safe ML models.
Read the full interview with Peter Welinder from OpenAI ➞
If you'd like to see our tools in action, here are some quick links to our docs and a live example of a W&B project.
Shared reports
Shared reports
Use W&B to keep track of progress on projects. Organize, visualize, and describe your work in a stable record that’s accessible to your team and your future self.
Team Dashboard
Collaborate in a central repository. The dashboard is a single, live-updating page that shows every project, experiment, and report.
Team Dashboard
Catch Regressions
Catch Regressions
We keep a record of every change to your model, so when a team member pushes an update you can immediately spot regressions.
Massively scalable
We work with some of the largest machine learning teams in the world, and our product is built to scale to millions of experiments. We natively support distributed training.
Distributed training