Ion Stoica outlines a few projects at the intersection of AI and systems that RISELab, at the University of California, Berkeley, is developing. RISELab is the successor of AMPLab, where several highly successful open source projects, including Apache Spark and Apache Mesos, were developed.
Ion Stoica is a professor in the electrical engineering and computer sciences (EECS) department at the University of California, Berkeley, where he does research on cloud computing and networked computer systems. Previously, he worked on dynamic packet state, chord DHT, internet indirection infrastructure (i3), declarative networks, and large-scale systems, including Apache Spark, Apache Mesos, and Alluxio. He’s the cofounder of Databricks—a startup to commercialize Apache Spark—and Conviva—a startup to commercialize technologies for large-scale video distribution. Ion is an ACM fellow and has received numerous awards, including inclusion in the SIGOPS Hall of Fame (2015), the SIGCOMM Test of Time Award (2011), and the ACM doctoral dissertation award (2001).
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