ODSC Interview with Gael Varoquaux
Gaël Varoquaux is an INRIA faculty researcher working on data science for brain imaging in the Neurospin brain research institute (Paris, France). His research focuses on modeling and mining brain activity in relation to cognition. Years before the NSA, he was hoping to make bleeding-edge data processing available across... Read more
Mobile Technology Usage by Humanitarian Programs: A Metadata Analysis – Rashmi Dayalu ODSC Boston 2015
Mobile technology Usage by Humanitarian Programs: A Metadata Analysis from odsc CommCare, developed by Dimagi Inc., is an open-source mobile technology platform that supports hundreds of humanitarian frontline programs worldwide.The objective of this analysis is to demonstrate how CommCare metadata contains a wealth of information that can inform humanitarian... Read more
How I Fight Slavery – Eric Schles ODSC Boston 2015
http://bit.ly/EricSchlesODSCTalk In this talk I will be covering a set to techniques I’ve used to track and find instances of human trafficking on the internet. I’ll be going over web scraping, entity recognition, some techniques for text comparison, and data storage concerns. The tool that I will be explaining... Read more
Kaggle The Home of Data Science – Anthony Goldbloom ODSC Boston 2015
Kaggle The Home of Data Science from odsc Keynote Presenter Bio Anthony Goldbloom is the founder and CEO of Kaggle. In 2011 & 2012, Forbes Magazine named Anthony as one of the 30 under 30 in technology, in 2013 the MIT Tech Review named him one of top 35... Read more
Jumping to Conclusions – Richard Robehr Bijjani ODSC Boston 2015
Jumping to Conclusions from odsc Data Science is the study of the extraction of knowledge from data. What if we extract partial or inaccurate knowledge? This illusion of knowledge would lead us to make wrong decisions, with sometimes disastrous consequences such as in the case of medical diagnosis, security... Read more
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 of Data Science.... Read more
Frontiers of Open Data Science Research – Ani Aghababyan ODSC Boston 2015
Frontiers of Open Data Science Research from odsc Keynote Presenter Bio Ani loves writing about herself in third person and has written this all true bio. Ani is a Data Scientist for the Digital Platforms Group in McGraw-Hill Education company. She has a diverse educational background (some say she... 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 optimized MapReduce pipelines... Read more
Big But Personal Data: How Human Behavior Bounds Privacy and What We Can We Do About It – ODSC Boston 2015
Big But Personal Data: How Human Behavior Bounds Privacy and What We Can We Do About It from freshdatabos Read more