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Data Science 101 – Todd Cioffi ODSC Boston 2015
Data Science 101 from odsc Curious about Data Science? Self-taught on some aspects, but missing the big picture? Well, you’ve got to start somewhere and this session is the place to do it. This session will cover, at a layman’s level, some of the basic concepts... Read more
The Art of Data Science – Josh Wills ODSC Boston 2015
The Art of Data Science from odsc Keynote Presenter Bio Josh Wills is Cloudera’s Senior Director of Data Science, working with customers and engineers to develop Hadoop-based solutions across a wide-range of industries. He is the founder and VP of the Apache Crunch project for creating... Read more
Can We Automate Predictive Analytics – Thomas Dinsmore ODSC Boston 2015
Can We Automate Predictive Analytics from odsc Recent news about the pending shortage of data scientists prompts speculation about automation: will machines replace human analysts? We propose a model of automation, and briefly review progress in automated machine learning over the past twenty years. Summarizing the... Read more
Opening the Doors to Innovation in Developing Countries through the Democratization of Data – Ari Hamalian ODSC Boston 2015
Opening the Doors to Innovation Through the Democratization of Data from odsc Initiatives such as a Wikipedia and the Human Genome Project have demonstrated the multiplicative positive impact that data can have when shared openly. Increasingly countries and governments across the globe have begun to embrace... Read more
Enabling Graph Analytics at Scale: The Opportunity for GPU-Acceleration of Data-Parallel Graph Analytics (Application to Bioinformatics) – Brad Bebee ODSC Boston 2015
Enabling Graph Analytics at Scale: The Opportunity for GPU-Acceleration of Data-Parallel Graph Analytics (Application to Bioinformatics) from odsc From social networks to protein networks to financial transactions, graphs are everywhere. Graph Analytics represent a key tool for data science to take advance of this type of... Read more
Keeping Governments Accountable with Open Data Science – Cezary Podkul & Marc Joffe ODSC Boston 2015
Keeping Governments Accountable with Open Data Science from odsc Keeping Governments Accountable with Open Data Science: Extracting and Analyzing Municipal Financial Data from odsc Open data is enabling journalists, watchdog groups and investors to gain more insight than ever before into the finances of state and... Read more
Big Data Analytics, The New CEO Super Power – Damian Mingle ODSC Boston 2015
Big Data Analytics: The New CEO Super Power from odsc What is the key to leading a data-driven business transformation? Analytics are just a step in the process of wringing real value from technological investments that support effective data science. The real challenge is generating the... Read more
xlwings – Make Excel Fly with Python – Feliz Zumstein ODSC Boston 2015
xlwings – Make Excel Fly with Python from odsc xlwings is an open-source Python package that connects Excel with Python on Windows and Mac. It allows for interactive use from IPython Notebooks or any other Python environment but also allows to run Python code from Excel... Read more
The Big Data of Everyday Things – Gerard Dwan ODSC Boston 2015
The Big Data of Everyday Things from odsc Despite the amount of hype in the technical industry, there isn’t always a visible path to operational benefit. Many organizations are investing blindly in data science and big data without understanding the benefits the technology can bring or... Read more
DIY Deep Learning with Caffe Workshop – Kate Saenko ODSC Boston 2015
DIY Deep Learning with Caffe Workshop from odsc Caffe (Convolutional Architecture for Fast Feature Embedding) is a deep learning framework made with expression, speed, and modularity in mind. It is developed by the Berkeley Vision and Learning Center (BVLC) and by community contributors. Caffe’s expressive architecture... Read more