October 30th, 2018

Welcome H2O.ai’s Driverless AI Community!

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I am very excited to announce the formation of the inaugural community for H2O Driverless AI  users. The Driverless AI Community is open for anyone looking to engage with other users as well as experts from H2O.ai’s Driverless AI,   Driverless AI is an award-winning automatic machine learning platform that does “AI to do AI” to solve real-world challenges.

We are on a mission to democratize AI.  Together with great products, like Driverless AI, and a growing community we are taking the next step.

With H2O Driverless AI, everyone including expert and junior data scientists, domain scientists, and data engineers can develop trusted machine learning models. This next-generation automatic machine learning platform delivers unique and advanced functionality for data visualization, feature engineering, model interpretability, and low-latency deployment.

This community engages everyone, from experienced Driverless AI users to AI enthusiasts interested in learning more about how to use the platform. Community members can learn from each other and share ideas, best practices and use cases of how they are leveraging AI in their organizations. Additionally, the H2O Driverless AI Community members can also engage with Expert Kaggle Grandmasters and the makers of H2O Driverless AI.

This new community provides members the opportunity to interact through an H2O Community Slack chat workspace, Driverless AI User Group meetup, and events such as  H2O AI World London. The H2O Driverless AI meetup group alone already has over 3,900 members and was the first stepping stone to creating an H2O  Driverless AI Community. Joining a Driverless User Group is easy, sign up on the  Driverless AI Community meetup page and look for your city.  

H2O’s community on Slack is an open and positive space for data scientists and analysts to discuss the latest in AI and machine learning, help and learn from one another, connect and share.

If this sounds like something you want to be part of, we’d love to invite you to join in!

There are many more resources within the H2O Driverless AI’s website; we recommend that you check these out at your leisure:

Blog

Driverless AI  is continuously evolving. For the newest developments, see the Driverless AI blogs.

Social Media

To stay up to date on the latest improvements and tips from the team that created Driverless AI, follow H2O on Twitter and Linkedin.

Chat

The H2O Community Slack workspace is a great resource to ask questions about H2O and the Driverless AI product. Anyone can sign up and participate in discussions there.

Newsletter

Subscribe to the Driverless newsletter.

Documentation

For in-depth documentation on Driverless AI see or docs.

Stay tuned to our blog: I will have a 3 part series blog that we highlight the key assets to get started with Driverless AI. The first blog(Part 1) will cover key collateral(blogs, docs, tutorials). The next blog (Part 2) will highlight key videos.  So the last blog (Part 3) will cover the best Driverless AI presentations.

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