ACM Chicago is a non-profit professional group that meets regularly to discuss diverse topics in computer science such as predictive analytics, applied machine learning, statistical modeling, open data, and data visualization, user experience, user research, and artificial neural networks. Meeting topics are varied and range from tutorials on basic concepts and their applications, to success stories from local practitioners and academic students, to discussions of tools, new technologies, and best practices. All are welcome to attend, to meet others, and to present their work.
ACM Chicago is powered by the Chicago ACM Professional chapter and ACM Local at Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.
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June 8 · 6:30 PM
Big Data vs the Scientist
The bottleneck to discovery is no longer a lack of data but an inability to manage, analyze, and share ever larger datasets. Individual researchers can no... Learn more
May 18 · 6:30 PM
Primer on Intellectual Property
The presentation will provide an overview of intellectual property and include topics, such as, types, ownership, protection, management,... Learn more
April 13 · 6:30 PM
Financial Analytics: Building a Laptop Laboratory for Data Science
Are you innately curious about the dynamically inter-operating financial markets?
Since the crisis of 2008, there is a need for professionals with more... Learn more
March 16 · 6:30 PM
Industrial Arts & Technology (Presentation and Tour)
The presentation includes a tour of the 10,000 square foot facility and it’s metalworking, casting and technology shops and features a talk on the Integrated Technology... Learn more
February 10 · 6:30 PM
Composers and Technology
Photo by Joe Mazza
Technology has always played an important role in music history and composers have often been among the first to embrace technological... Learn more