Who: Hosted by Blackbird, with a speaking session by Alex Morrise, Chief Data Scientist at Pythian.
What: TechTalk presentation, beer, wine, snacks and Q&A
Where: Blackbird HQ – 712 Tehama Street (corner of 8th and Tehama) San Francisco, CA
When: Thursday July 31, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 PM
How: RSVP here!
TechTalk v5.0 welcomes to the stage, Alex Morrise, Chief Data Scientist at Pythian. Alex previously worked with Idle Games, Quid, and most recently Beats Music where he led the development of an adaptive, contextual music recommendation server. Alex earned a PhD in Theoretical Physics from UC Santa Cruz.
This edition of TechTalk will be based on how the age of big data allows statistical inference on an unprecedented scale. Inference is the process of extracting knowledge from data, many times uncovering latent variables unifying seemingly diverse pieces of information. As data grows in complexity and dimension, visualization becomes increasingly difficult. How do we represent complex data to discover implicit and explicit relationships? We discuss how to Visualize Inference in some interesting data sets that uncover topics as diverse as the growth of technology, social gaming, and music.
You won’t want to miss this event, so be sure to RSVP.
Interested in working with Liz? Schedule a tech call.