ODSC UK 2016: Open Data Science Conference and deepsense.io Take London’s Machine Learning Scene By Storm

ODSC UK 2016: Open Data Science Conference and deepsense.io Take London’s Machine Learning Scene By Storm

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deepsense.io is happy to announce a broad cooperation with Open Data Science Conference (ODSC) in London.

deepsense.io’s extensive involvement includes leading the discussion panel on practical machine learning applications (September 21), two workshop sessions (October 1-2), as well as appearance at ODSC UK in London (October 8-9). 

During the discussion panel (September 21, 6-9:30 PM, Code Node London), five machine learning data scientists and high level entrepreneurs will gather to discuss the future of machine learning. The panelist list includes Mike MacIntyre (Chief Scientist at Panaseer), Miriam Redi (Research Scientist in the Social Dynamics team at Bell Labs Cambridge), Daniel Hulme (CEO of Satalia), and Jan Milczek (founding member of deepsense.io's data science team). The discussion will be conducted by Alex Gryn (deepsense.io) and the event will be opened by Jessica Willis (Director of Operations and Business Development, ODSC). 
The panelists will talk about possibilities and limitations of machine learning in a variety of industries and science fields, sharing their experience and knowledge. There will also be time for Q&A session. 
The event is fully booked (300 RVSP with the waiting list open). Please find more details, including the agenda at http://www.meetup.com/London-ODSC/events/232610794/.

Learn the latest models, advancements and trends from Machine Learning and Deep Learning creators and top practitioners at the MLDL Conference at ODSC UK 2016. Learn more at https://www.odsc.com/london/mldl-conference.

As a part of the ODSC UK 2016 Introductory Workshops series, deepsense.io will provide two workshops for beginners (General Assembly London), run by Jan Lasek and Julian Zubek. The first session, Intro to Machine Learning (October 1), will cover an overview of the machine learning ecosystem with an emphasis on actual case studies across various industries. To provide more context, the session will start with a gentle theoretical outline and smoothly dive into selected concepts. On October 2, deepsense.io’s instructors will conduct Intro to Data Science with Python - hands-on training for programmers. 
Both sessions are open for registration for all ODSC UK 2016 ticket holders. The number of seats is limited. Additional information is available at https://www.odsc.com/london/workshops.

deepsense.io is also proud to support ODSC UK 2016 as a Gold Sponsor. On October 8 and 9, conference participants will have an opportunity to try our newest platform for efficient management and monitoring of machine learning experiments, Neptune. Mariusz Gadarowski, Neptune’s Product Director, will deliver a session about challenges in data science processes and introduce Neptune as a solution. 
The conference takes place at Hotel Novotel London West. Tickets are available at https://www.odsc.com/london#register1.

Use discount code: ODSC-DEEPSENSE for an additional 40% Off tickets to ODSC UK 2016.

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About deepsense.io:
deepsense.io creates deep learning solutions for enterprises. The award-winning team of data scientists and engineers delivers state-of-the-art deep learning, machine learning and Big Data analytics. deepsense.io’s flagship product Seahorse, a scalable data analytics workbench powered by Apache Spark, helps data scientists work more efficiently and intuitively by visually designing, editing and executing Spark applications. Neptune, deepsense.io’s newest technology, is a machine learning platform designed to efficiently manage and monitor experiments. The company also runs on-site corporate machine learning and Big Data workshops offering intensive, fully customizable training programs. 

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