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Kim Hazelwood
Harvard. UVa Prof. Google. Facebook. I post about Diversity, Tech, and Diversity in Tech.
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Kim Hazelwood Jul 2
Hey MIT alumni and friends! I’ll be speaking at this year’s Summit, where the event focus is AI for a Better World. I’ll share some stories about the Environmental Impact of ML training. Let’s all do our part to be responsible!
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Kim Hazelwood Jun 19
All good things come from some combination of hard work and luck. For this award, it was more of the latter. I happened to be at the right place at the right time when Pin was created. Robert Cohn is the true hero and the smartest person I’ve ever worked with.
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Kim Hazelwood Jun 9
Count me in, . As an alumni of "Calhoun College", Clemson's Honors Program, I have consistently complained to the Alumni program about the need to ditch ties to John C. Calhoun. It blows my mind that it is still in use in 2020.
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Kim Hazelwood Feb 5
Yep, has happened to me on 101 in Palo Alto too. Just do what I do - reboot the car while driving at 70 mph. The GPS will correct itself. Awww yeah.
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Kim Hazelwood Nov 6
Replying to @AkshithaSriram1
You be you, Akshitha. If I had followed all the "advice" I've been given over the years, I'd be boring and unhappy.
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Kim Hazelwood Aug 8
If you'll be near London in October, come out and hear the latest on how we scale AI at Facebook.
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Kim Hazelwood Jul 20
"The reality is you can’t rely on the minority population to advance the minority population. That’s illogical." via
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Kim Hazelwood 4 Jul 19
The best way to start the conversation is with concrete data. Similar to an article published by ⁦⁩ and me in 2017, here are the gender distributions of paper awards in CS.
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Margaret Martonosi 12 Apr 19
This was a truly amazing keynote!
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Fare9 25 Mar 19
I'm working right now in a PIN project, and I've found a lecture called "Dynamic Binary Modification: Tools, Techniques, and Applications" by , also the paper referenced in Practical Binary Analysis. Both are great documentation for PIN!
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TheAIConf 22 Mar 19
. Senior Engineering Manager for Infrastructure will be a keynote speaker at in NY. Final weeks to register! Passes start at $995.
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Kim Hazelwood 18 Jun 18
Replying to @kc8apf
IIRC, the Google pay raise + cash were designed to combat a big retention issue: losing too many engineers to Facebook, et al. (Otherwise, they probably wouldn't have done it.)
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Intel AI 23 May 18
According to , ’s workloads require a unique and diverse approach that span machine learning algorithms, software, and hardware design.
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Intel AI 9 May 18
. uses extremely diverse workloads. At , will describe the hardware/software necessary to support them. Use code GFPTW2 to register.
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Kim Hazelwood 16 Dec 17
Our paper on Applied Machine Learning at Facebook:
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Kim Hazelwood 28 Nov 17
I will be presenting "Applied Machine Learning at Facebook: A Datacenter Infrastructure Perspective" at HPCA. Stay tuned for the camera ready paper!
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Kim Hazelwood 30 Sep 17
We noticed 2/50 speakers at ISCA 2017 were women. The more we dug into the data, however, the worse it got:
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Kim Hazelwood 14 Jul 16
Reposting tech diversity pipeline data I gathered last year.
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Kim Hazelwood 13 Apr 16
I highly recommend Facebook's Managing Bias modules:
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Kim Hazelwood 13 Jan 16
"It's not who you know. It's not what you know. It's who knows what you know."
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