NEW YORK CITY
DEC 10, 2018
PRACTICAL TALKS AND WORKSHOPS FOR DATA SCIENCE LEADERS AND PRACTITIONERS.
Advance the state of data science within your organization, glean new ideas and technical best practices, and meet like-minded people at the Data Science Pop-up in New York City.
This year’s program will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., followed by a networking reception. The agenda will be comprised of a single-threaded track:
- FOR PRACTITIONERS
Most sessions will be technical, geared toward data science practitioners looking to learn about the latest tools, techniques and methodologies that will help you build and deploy more, better models. There will also be a 90-minute workshop: A Data Science Playbook for Navigating Interpretable vs. Predictive Models.
- FOR MANAGEMENT
Several of the afternoon sessions in particular will resonate with current and aspiring data science leaders, offering practical guidance and tangible take-aways to implement an effective model management strategy, better align with business stakeholders, and optimize the data science function as an organizational capability.
Location: S&P Global | 55 Water Street, New York, NY 10041
Head of Quantitative Evidence and Data Science, UBS Asset Management
Lead Data Scientist, S&P Global Market Intelligence
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