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Data Showdown 2018
**ALL TICKETS VIA EVENTBRITE ONLY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO REGISTER:** https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-showdown-2018-tickets-48587282871 Shout out to all of Australia's Leading Data experts! Come join the fun, we will be determining who Australia's best Data team in Australia is! Judges: Yuri Misnik - EGM Business Enabling Technology Glenda Crisp - EGM Enterprise Data CDO TBC TBC Rules for Entry: In teams of 2 to 5 people, solve a key business challenge from the below listed domains, using the data set of your choosing (examples provided below). Depending on the problem, you may solve the problem, by using a Data Platform, using Machine Learning or AI, or through some Analytics Solution. 1) FSI Example FSI Data Set Example business challenges may include: Based on bank account activity, provide catered advice on how your clients should save. Home loan rates, which is the correct rate for maximum profits? Be creative and pick your own key business challenge and own data set 2) Energy Example Energy Data Set Example business challenges may include: Predicting efficiency of windfarms in different regions. Predicting oil pricing in the future Be creative and pick your own key business challenge and own data set 3) Transport Example Aviation Data Set Example business challenges may include: Optimum pricing, Based on predictive supply vs demand of airline seats Predicting fastest routes of travel at varying points in time. Be creative and pick your own key business challenge and own data set 4) Telco Example Telco Data Set Example business challenges may include: Increasing family household plans International free minutes, which offerings maximize profits. Be creative and pick your own key business challenge and own data set 5) Other Be creative pick your own domain (e.g. Pharmaceutical, FMCG, Space etc.) and pick your own key business challenge and own data set. The solution must: Solve a business problem Show ingenuity Be easily re-usable for different sets of data Enter Here: By the 30th of September, submit the “Title” of your solution to [masked] along with the following details: Chosen domain Business problem/challenge (Paragraph summary) Technology/Tools stack Finalists chosen: On the 1st of October 2018, we will select the top 7 solution ideas, who will be invited to present their solution at the Data Showdown as our winning finalists. Rules for finalists: Turn your solution into a 6 min presentation, which clearly shows: Solution, including technical designs/diagrams. (Releasing code is optional) Showing your solution against the data provided Demonstration of execution and ease of running/use (understand some data processes take time) Presenting other use cases including all business problems it solves. (with Q&A at the end) Judging Criteria: Our panel of Judges will score each presentation, based on the following 4 categories: 1) Business: The importance of the business problem solved or its usefulness or the pereceived value of the solution; 2) Ingenuity: How original the solution is, focus around problems not yet tackled; 3) Re-usability: How easy it is to teach to others and to re-implement for different use cases. This could be either across a business or industry; 4) Presentation: Quality of the Presentation, how well the team presents to the audience, including entertainment value. At the end of the evening Australia’s Best Data Team Announced! Star Wars AR Head Organizers/Sponsors: MeetupMadness Contino NAB Snowflake Your Logo Here, email [masked] *This is a sponsor funded event, your details will be shared with Sponsors and may be used for marketing purposes.* **ALL TICKETS VIA EVENTBRITE ONLY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO REGISTER:** https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-showdown-2018-tickets-48587282871

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