Ray Summit 2024 Call for Proposals is now open

By Anyscale team   

Ray Summit 2024, the annual Ray community conference, is back in San Francisco, CA this September 30th through October 2nd. It is a two-day event with a third day dedicated to training.

Last year’s Ray Summit 2023 featured leaders from OpenAI, Uber, Adobe, Niantic, LangChain, LlamaIndex, Perplexity, Pinterest, Samsara, and Netflix, along with two days of technical Ray deep dives, Ray use cases, lightning talks, and Ray training. 

We are currently accepting proposals for conference talks, with a submission deadline of Thursday, May 9th at 5:00pm PT.

LinkWhat are the key themes for this year’s Ray Summit?

Key topics we plan to showcase at the conference include (this is not exhaustive):

  • Ray use cases

  • AI platforms and infrastructure

  • Scalable AI

  • AI in production

  • Large language models and other foundation models

  • Generative AI

  • Model training, model inference, batch workloads

  • Deep dives into Ray core and Ray libraries

  • Cloud computing and serverless computing

  • AI performance and cost efficiency

LinkWhat types of talks can I submit?

We have two categories of talks you can submit on the above themes and topics:

  • Technical Lightning Talks (15 minutes): Short technical talks covering the what, why, and how of a topic with digestible code examples or quick demos.

  • Technical Talks (30 minutes): Talks that are rich in technical detail, including code examples or demos that help the audience grasp a problem, challenges you faced along the way, your solution, and lessons learned.

For all the talks, the audience should walk away having learned something new and feel inspired by what is being developed and progressing within the Ray Community.

LinkHow do I submit my talk?

Submission is simple. Visit Ray Summit 2024 CFP. The submission deadline is Thursday, May 9th at 5:00pm PT.

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