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Qualogy and Amsterdam Data Science would like to invite you to the first ‘Data Science for Social Good’ event. Let’s explore how data science can be used to make the world a better place. Gemeente Rotterdam, the Neurodiversity Foundation and DSW will join us to showcase their work on machine learning, data science and big data with a social impact. *** Why participate? Get inspired! and contribute during the roundtable discussions to leverage a positive use of data science for our society. Share knowledge, create awareness and inspire others. *** Participants Eric Becker and Sjoerd Braaksma from Gemeente Rotterdam: Rotterdam smart traffic models increase the safety of its citizens. Tjerk Feitsma and Omotola Bolarin from the Neurodiversity Foundation: Mini.AI: a neurodiverse translator built for an inclusive society. Joël Koppe and Lisa Doove from DSW: Going beyond fraud detection: how to change behaviour for the best using data science. *** Agenda: 14:00 – 14:10 Welcome 14:10 – 16:10 Inspiring talks 16:10 – 16:20 Break 16:20 – 17:00 Roundtable discussions 17:00 – 17:20 Conclusion pitches 17:20 – 18:00 Drinks ADS and Qualogy want to help people and companies get excited and in action about the tech of tomorrow. This event is hosted by Qualogy. Date: Wednesday 27 March 2019 Time: 14:00 to 18:30 Location: De Bruyn Kopsstraat 9, 2288EC Rijswijk
In this ADS Drinks & Data we will highlight cutting-edge research with a focus on Data Science and Behavioural Studies. There will be an opportunity for audience participation and interaction to discuss the key challenges within this domain. There will also be a chance to network after over drinks & bites! How does information spread? How do images impact consumers' decision-making processes? How can we use data science to measure people's behaviours? These are some of the questions that will be presented at our next ADS Drinks & Data Meetup. Join ADS and the University of Amsterdam to hear talks from: • Han van der Maas, Professor and Head of Psychological Methods • Theo Offerman, Professor of Behavioral Game Theory • Willemijn van Dolen, Professor of Marketing • Ilja Sligte, Assistant Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience • Anna Keuchenius, PhD Candidate, Political Sociology: Power, Place and Difference • Javier Garcia Bernardo, PhD Candidate, Political Economy and Transnational Governance Date: Monday 8th April Time: 16:00-18:30 Location: Amsterdam Business School, M3.02, Plantage Muidergracht 12, Amsterdam *** Registration is free but please do so in advance through Meet-up The event will be in English and is open to all *** Amsterdam Data Science (ADS) accelerates data science research by connecting, sharing and showcasing world-class technology, expertise and talent from Amsterdam on a regional, national and international level. Our research enables business and society to better gather, store, analyse and present data in order to gain valuable insights and make informed decisions.
ADS Drinks & Data: Information Security and the role of Data Science In the past decade, there has been an explosion in our data interactions with the world around us. Individuals and organizations are struggling to keep up with the revolutionary amount of data available and determining the value it holds. Organizations are recognizing the dire need to ride the data science roller coaster and the security paradigm that needs to re-invent itself. Only then will they keep up with all the possibilities these interactions will bring. But how secure are our interactions with this enormous amount of data? Join Amsterdam Data Science, APG, ABN AMRO and VU Amsterdam for this meetup as we discuss information security from the lenses of financial organizations. Keynote Speakers: Marcel Prins (COO, APG Asset Management), Dr. Martijn Dekker (CISO, ABN AMRO Bank), Herbert Bos (Head of VUSec Systems Security, VU) Date: Monday 15 April Time: 15:00-17:00 Location: Amsterdam Symphony Auditorium, Gustav Mahlerplein 3, 1082 MS