• Big Data Week London Conference 2018
    This year’s edition of Big Data Week London Conference will take place at etc.venues on October 5 and will offer to you the latest discoveries and best practices that you can take away for direct implementation. Featuring two massive tracks around Advanced Analytics and AI, Machine Learning at Scale & IoT, the event is now spinning a more elaborate yarn in terms of topics and content, bringing on stage a wider range of industries and the hottest technologies and tech trends. During the one-day conference, data experts from top AI and data-driven companies such as TUI Group, VMware, Satalia, Bigstep, GRSC Group, Near, Phrasee, Data Relish, Growth Tribe and Data Reply are ready to showcase innovative ideas and actionable insights for you. For detailed information on our visionary speakers please see http://london.bigdataweek.com/speakers/ Early Bird Tickets are still available until September 7th so be sure to secure your spot soon, by accessing http://london.bigdataweek.com/tickets/ ** Your access to BDW London Conference is conditional on buying a ticket. Attending this MeetUp event does not offer a seat at the conference.

    ETC.VENUES 155 BISHOPSGATE

    155 Bishopsgate, Liverpool St, London, EC2M 3YD, London · London

  • Big Data Week London Conference
    A one-day conference bringing you the latest discoveries and showcasing best practices that you can take away for direct implementation. As it has grown over the previous editions, the Big Data Week London Conference is now spinning a more elaborate yarn in terms of topics and content, focusing on a horizontal approach that encompasses a vast array of domains, bringing on stage topics that cover a wider range of industries and staging three main tracks to tackle the hottest technologies and tech trends. This year’s tracks will offer you the latest discoveries and showcase best practices that you can take away for direct implementation. Register now! (http://www.london.bigdataweek.com/tickets?utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Sept&utm_term=meetup&utm_content=meetup) DATA SCIENCE, ANALYTICS AND VISUALISATION - Data science, data engineering and data visualisation challenges in the wild. BIG DATA ARCHITECTURES: SPARK, HADOOP, SECURITY, CLOUD - Architectural decisions can make or break a project. AI, REAL-TIME & IOT PROJECTS - Fast moving data and real-time decisions will power our world.

    ETC.VENUES 155 BISHOPSGATE

    155 Bishopsgate, Liverpool St, London, EC2M 3YD, London · London

  • Big Data Week London Conference
    Big Data Week will take place during the 24th and 30th of October Each year, we create an entire week filled with Big Data buzz in dozens of cities around the world, with the festival’s anchor in London. "Big Data in Use (http://london.bigdataweek.com/)" Conference will take place on October 27th, in London, in a top tech central venue – etc.venues 155 Bishopsgate – and we will keep focusing on providing actionable big data insights. For 2016 we decided to include speakers bringing use cases from Finance, Healthcare, Retail, IoT, Entertainment and Travel. We have a great lineup for the conference, with top companies like Google, Shazam, Facebook, TripAdvisor and skyscanner on stage. Here (http://london.bigdataweek.com/speakers/)you can see the entire list of confirmed speakers. Join our community to benefit from our special offers! Early Bird ending September 30! Register now! (http://london.bigdataweek.com/) Join us for a full week filled with Big Data buzz in dozens of cities around the world, with the festival’s anchor in London. Visit bigdataweek.com (http://bigdataweek.com/)

    ETC.VENUES 155 BISHOPSGATE

    155 Bishopsgate, Liverpool St, London, EC2M 3YD, London · London

  • Big Data Boot Camp
    Please REGISTER HERE: FREE Registration (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-data-boot-camp-tickets-21297576625?aff=BDWMeetup) Our main sponsor for Big Data Week, Bigstep (http://bigstep.com/), is holding a one-day event in the heart of London. Join them for a hands-on experience with the hottest big data technologies to date! Attend one of the three big data workshops and fuel your journey from guesswork to smart work: • Bigstep Workshop: A session focused on all the important challenges that come up when Building a Data Lake for Big Data Analytics in the Cloud. • MapR Workshop: A session designed to give you a firm grip on the essentials of the MapR Converged Data Platform. You will learn about the benefits of using the Full Metal Cloud to deploy MapR and other modern applications. • Couchbase Workshop: A practical training on how to Leverage Big Data and Mobile Technologies to Build and Run Modern Applications. Agenda of the day: 10:00 – 10:30 – Registration & breakfast 10:30 – 11:30 – Briefing: notions & guidelines 11:30 – 12:00 – Coffee break 12:00 – 13:00 – Workshop sessions – part one 13:00 – 14:00 – Lunch 14:00 – 15:00 – Workshop sessions – part two 15:00 – 15:30 – Coffee break 15:30 – 16:30 – Workshop sessions – part three FREE Registration (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-data-boot-camp-tickets-21297576625?aff=BDWMeetup) - please note that Eventbrite registration is needed, RSVP is not enough on its own.

    Etc Venues, St Pauls

    200 Aldersgate · London EC1A 4H

  • Big Data Week Conference
    Hi everyone, PLEASE VISIT THE OFFICIAL Big Data Week Conference PAGE TO PURCHASE YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKET (http://london.bigdataweek.com/tickets/), we have a discount available only for this community, please send us a message if interested. Please be aware the early bird ends on November 6th. You are invited to attend Big Data Week Conference (http://london.bigdataweek.com/), which is going to take place in London, on November 25. This year conference’s theme is Big Data in Use: presenting innovative use cases coming from retail, advertising, publishing, IoT and gaming domains. Companies that implemented such projects will showcase their impact in the business, the benefits and the challenges, both technical and business wise. Get your ticket (http://london.bigdataweek.com/tickets/) now! Why should you attend? Confirmed speakers and themes for the 2015 lineup include: • New business models: Exterion, Honest Café, Copenhagen City Exchange • Big Data in Retail: Shop Direct, Dunnhumby, EBI Solutions • Grow your business with machine learning: Yandex Data Factory • How to value data: Dunnhumby, The Economist, Skimlinks, Exterion • Data Models and Architectures: Excelian, ShopDirect, Skimlinks, Prezi • 3 Panels: Big Data in Retail, How to become a data driven company, Data Scientists & the Business • 1 Workshop: How to become a data scientist? (Technical Track) Your VIP ticket extra-benefits include: • 4 Training sessions – Big Data in Retail and Real time processing of data – on November 23, 24, 26, 27 • 70% discount on a second conference ticket - One Day Pass • VIP Lounge and after conference networking party access *** A little special something for our community: we are offering an exclusive discount for this community, send us a message if interested. Early Bird Tickets on sale until November 6th! Want to find out more? Check out the Conference website (http://london.bigdataweek.com). We are looking forward to seeing you all there!

    ETC.VENUES 155 BISHOPSGATE

    155 Bishopsgate, Liverpool St, London, EC2M 3YD, London · London

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  • Connected Society
    In May 2014, Big Data Week (http://www.bigdataweek.com) will launch the third edition of the festival with a narrative that will bring together the many strands and domains of data into an umbrella theme: ‘The Connected Society’. Data connects people and society. It’s the backbone of our economies, smarter cities and healthier and better informed citizens. It can help shape our future with the emergence of home based 3d printers and “Adreno” robot things we have the ability to create our own devices that can talk to a network and create data, interacting with other devices around us and thus creating a data economy around the quantified self but also driving the Internet of things into mainstream, with this in mind we are about to enter a era of “Data Explosion” outside of marketing and business use cases, but the ability to have true smart cities exists with public interaction through data. Big Data Week will explore three themes across a week of events in 40 cities discovering and sharing new ideas and technologies that will shape our future in 2014 and beyond with a mixture of workshops, discussions and examining real world use cases across three continents. Internet of Things We’ll explore the Internet of Things (IoT) a trend that is part of a ubiquitous computing revolution. So much so, that Gartner predict a future of some 26 billion units will be connected to the internet by 2020. Smart Cities Smarter cities, make for happier citizens. With a combination of sensors, central data and citizen sourced data we can build a smarter cities. At bdw14 we’ll exploring how data is being used to make our cities easier to navigate and live in.. Quantified Self Join the life logging revolution at #bdw14 and understand how wearable sensors will expand in 2014 that will drive data acquisition strategy focused on many aspects of an individual’s daily life activities including location, movement, mood and happiness.Do you want to take part? Share your story? Get Involved! (http://bigdataweek.com/eventorganisers/)

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  • Citizen Science Hack Day at the Citizen Cyberscience Summit
    If you don't have plans yet for next Saturday, the 22nd of February, we'd like to invite you to join us at the Citizen Science Hack Day that is part of the 3rd Citizen Cyberscience Summit, which starts on Thursday the 20th. The Hack Day features a number of exciting Challenges, including the Big Data Challenge: Analysing Citizen Science, Social Media and Environmental Volunteering information: what can we learn? There are a number of workshops that you might find interesting as well, including the Citizen Science Big Data Challenge workshop at 11:00 on Saturday, The What you See is What you Map workshop at 12:10 on Saturday, and many more. Naturally, you're welcome to come the whole three days of course! One of the other Summit elements you might be interested in is the Citizen Science Cafe that we're running on Friday evening in the same location as the Hack Day, which will bring together the Scientists and the Volunteers of a number of prominent Citizen Science projects. REGISTRATION http://cybersciencesummit.org/register/ THE HACK DAY DETAILS Date: Saturday, February 22nd Venue: Chadwick Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT Directions: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps THE HACK DAY SCHEDULE 9:00: Hack Day Launch in G04 of the Chadwick Building (read more) After you’ve heard the pitches from the various Challenge leaders (including open idea pitches on the day), come and join the conversation at any of the Challenge tables. Feel free to move on to other tables as well throughout the day - vote with your feet! Levels of involvement can range from sharing your insights and expertise to aid idea generation, forming teams to develop an idea further, or getting stuck into some code to whip up a bit of a prototype. The structure is free flowing and open so that anyone can roam around, dip in and out of workshops, or dig in for a full day of idea development. 4:00: Hack Day Show & Tell in B05 of the Chadwick Building (read more) We hope that you can join us, Margaret Gold

    Chadwick G04, Chadwick Building, UCL

    Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT · London

  • Putting Data to Work - 25th April Big Data Week
    Join us on 25th April, at Imperial College, London; where Edd Dumbill (program chair for the O’Reilly Strata Conference and the O’Reilly Open Source Convention) will host and chair a day of case studies, presentations, community showcases and debates with the UK data Community. Community Speaker Stream We will also be holding a community speaker stream during the day, focusing on learning from your peers and sharing knowledge. With speakers from across all the UK Data Meetup communities speaking about their passion and making this an interactive day for all. No matter if you don’t understand what Big Data means or you are an advanced Data Scientist working with terrabytes of data this one day will educate you in all different aspects of this growing sector but also demistify the marketing synopsis of the big data scene. With speakers from Economist, BBC, Bloomberg, DataSift, Dunn Humby and others we have a great line up from across all sectors and at present we have mixture of business and technology attendees from industry, startups and large Enterprises. Event Details - Thursday, 25th April - Registration starts at 9.30am - Event Closes 6pm - Event will be two streams with workshops, presentations and case studies - Imperial College, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College Road, South Kensington SW7 2AZ London (Nearest Tube, South Kensington) FREE TICKET TO OPENING PARTY ON APRIL 22nd Included - join 200 other data lovers to network the night away with a drink and food. ** Grab your tickets now as only 25 left (http://bigdataweek.com/2013/03/20/big-data-week-london-putting-data-to-work/) ** Find out about all the meetups taking place at www.bigdataweek.com/london and register for them there.

    Imperial College London,

    Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College Road, SW7 2AZ · London

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  • H(app)athon - 20th March - http://happathonlondon.eventbrite.com
    Good morning Im on the committee for the H(app)athon project and I would like to invite you to the launch on March 20th at Hub Westminster - REGISTER HERE (http://happathonlondon.eventbrite.com) More details are below but it would be great to see you there check out the MASHABLE (http://mashable.com/2012/12/28/happathon/) articles here We're hacking happiness and need your help! Come join the H(app)athon Project Committee and invited guests as we launch our Mobile Happiness Indicator Survey (mHIS) and discuss issues around emerging technology and well-being/happiness. Speakers Include: J.P. Rangaswami, Chief Scientist for Salesforce and H(app)athon Committee Member. Dr. Mark Williamson, Director of Action for Happiness (http://www.actionforhappiness.org/about-us/director) (pending) The Event: We've designed the evening to teach attendees about the central areas we're focusing on - Quantified Self, The Internet of Things (emerging mobile/media) and Subjective Well-Being/Happiness. Our speakers will introduce these ideas, and then the evening is about you - we'll break up into groups to play an interactive game to brainstorm ideas around how we could create a new vision of holistic value for the world utilizing emerging technology. As a reminder - our work hinges on the idea of crowdsourcing a Happiness Indicator (like Bhutan's Gross National Happiness) so we can eventually build an App that will act as a real-time, interactive 'well-being indicator for the world.' More details at our site: www.happathon.com (http://www.happathon.com/). The H(app)athon Project Update: We launched on December 28th and had a nice write up in Mashable, A Hackathon For Happiness (http://mashable.com/2012/12/28/happathon/). We had over 750,000 impressions on twitter of the word "happathon" and are building up media and other partnerships. Thank You! We hope you can join us for this invite-only (yes, we consider you to be influencer-types) event. Help us get h(app)y! GO HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT (http://happathonlondon.eventbrite.com) NOW - PLACES ARE LIMITED Regards Stewart

    HUB WESTMINSTER

    New Zealand House 80 Haymarket · London

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