Freddy Boulton

Data Scientist

Hugging Face

Freddy Boulton started his career as a data scientist for Nielsen where he built predictive models of television viewing behavior to make television ratings more accurate. This gave him a first hand-view of one of the biggest challenges faced by industry data scientists - being able to easily communicate and share machine learning models with stakeholders. He is currently solving that problem by working on Gradio, an open-source python library that lets data scientists create fully interactive demos of machine learning models with just a few lines of code.