Welcome to the homepage of the Wikimedia Foundation's Machine Learning team.
Machine Learning at the Wikimedia Foundation
- Design, build, and maintain the foundation's machine learning infrastructure.
- Plan, train, deploy, and manage production machine learning models created or requested by Wikimedia teams or Wiki communities.
- Develop best practices for applied ethical machine learning.
- Lift Wing - A scalable machine learning model serving infrastructure built off Kubeflow.
- ORES - Objective Revision Evaluation Service is a machine learning prediction system as a web service. (See the list of tools that use ORES)
- Wiki labels - Training interface where Wikipedians teach machines how to perform important tasks
- revscoring - A machine prediction "scoring" framework for building prediction models used by ORES
- JADE [Archived] - Robust false-positive and feedback gathering system, to allow human refutation and review of ORES scoring.
Interested in what we are working on at the moment?
Work with us
Have a question? Want to talk to the team or our community of volunteers about machine learning? Here are the best ways to connect with us.
Have a longer question? Want to follow what the team is working on? Visit our live blog. Visit our talk page
Feedback on infrastructure
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Former staff and volunteers
- とある白い猫 - IEG
- Arthur Tilley - IEG
- He7d3r - IEG/Volunteer
- YuviPanda - Volunteer
- Sumit - Research Intern
- Ewitch - Research Intern
- Marius Hoch - Software Engineer
- Max Klein - Software Engineer
- Adam Wight - Software Engineer
- Natalia Timakova - Research Intern
- Amir Sarabadani - Software Engineer
- Nate TeBlunthuis - Research Intern
- James Hare - Associate Product Manager
- Aaron Halfaker - Principal Research Scientist & Team Lead
- Habeeb Shopeju - Software Engineering Intern
- Andy Craze - Senior Software Engineer