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Data Science Conference Planned for October

1 July 2017 84 views No Comment

Registration is open for the Data Institute San Francisco Conference (DSCO17), to take place October 15–17 in cooperation with the ASA.

DSCO17 aims to explore the latest theoretical advances and industrial applications in data science to promote the next generation of cross-disciplinary research.

The conference program includes 70 confirmed speakers, with 50% coming from industry and 50% from academia. Plenary speakers include Michael Jordan of the University of California, Berkeley, Anima Anandkumar of Amazon Web Services, and Jukka-Pekka Onnela of Harvard University. Invited session topics incorporate many contemporary areas of data science, including tracks in deep learning, network analysis, natural language processing, data science applications to the social good, compressed sensing, and data science in health care. Also planned are four workshops.

More information about the conference, as well as calls for contributed talks in deep learning and contributed posters, are available on the website.

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