The Journey from Big Data to AI.
You've got data. Now what?
It’s easier than ever to make data-driven decisions with confidence. In this session, I will demonstrate how to gain actionable insights to build a competitive AI strategy.
Monday, May 7, 2018
Microsoft office, Hapnina 2 · Ra'anana
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I am the first technical speaker at the Data Science Roadshow taking place in Microsoft Raanana.
It will take place on 25.5.17.
My session is "Understanding the three V's of big data (Velocity)" (10:00)
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