This is a group for anyone interested in 'Data Science'. We are not quite sure what the exact definition of a Data Scientist is, but if you deal with something generally related to converting data into useful insight then you will hopefully benefit from joining the group.
Whether you’re in business, academia, or government, and whether you’re an analyst, data miner, programmer, student, electrical engineer, computer scientist, physicist, etc, and you work with data to generate insights, build predictive models, build optimisation models, build reports/dashboards/visualisations, automate analyses, etc, using python, R, SQL, C/C+, Java, Tableau, Excel, Hadoop, etc, and you care about doing it right, efficiently, repetitively, optimally, visually, etc, then join us!
We meet every 6 weeks or so with normally 2 talks, one being of a technical nature. The evening is also for networking over beer and pizza and afterwards we normally continue the discussions down the pub.
*due to demand, we now have morning and lunchtime meetups.
The size of the group means we are reliant on our sponsors to put our events on. Please support them in return:
Join our host Felipe Flores as he talks with Steve Nouri , Head of Data Science and AI at ACS (Australian Computer Society)
Steve is an award-winning technical leader specializing in Data Science and Advanced Analytics. Steve has developed extensive computational and analytical expertise in a diverse range of application domains. He is responsible for the design, development, and evaluation of Intelligent systems both in commercial enterprise and research contexts.
These systems involve the management and efficient analysis of extremely large datasets employing cutting-edge learning algorithms and heavy-weight distributed resource management platforms. He is also a proactive social media contributor and LinkedIn influencer in AI and Data Science.
Who should attend? This event should be interesting for all levels of data science professionals. NOTE: The event start time has been updated to 9:00am