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“W&B is a key piece of our fast-paced, cutting-edge, large-scale research workflow: great flexibility, performance, and user experience.”
Scalable and Secure
We offer solutions that scale up with massive distributed training, and can be hosted in our secure hosted cloud or on your own private cloud in a self-hosted deployment.
With Weights & Biases you can:
Focus critical developer resources on your core business
Launch new machine learning models faster, with less back and forth
Safeguard IP with a central system of record
Onboard new ML engineers fast, and avoid duplicated work
Toyota Research Institute's mission is to build the safest mobility in the world. Machine learning teams at TRI are pursuing autonomous driving, and they use the Weights & Biases system of record to make their models reproducible.
Company size: 300+
Industry: Autonomous vehicles
Led by Adrien Gaidon, the ML team built up world-class infrastructure for training models, but lacked a good way to track and version the valuable results.
They quickly realized the need for a central system of record, but building a solution internally was a distraction from the team's core goals.
The TRI team compared different solutions for their experiment tracking problem, and settled on Weights & Biases as the best platform to coordinate machine learning projects.
Instead of tinkering with brittle internal tools and ad-hoc solutions for experiment tracking and prediction visualizations, the ML team was able to standardize with W&B's lightweight experiment tracking and visualization solutions.
The W&B dashboard gave machine learning practitioners a command center to compare across dataset and model versions, maintaining a reliable record of every experiment and result. ML engineers are now free to focus on the valuable work of model development, accelerating project progress.