2011 Data Scientist Summit
May 11 at 1:30 PM to May 12 at 3:00 PM
Join us for a unique gathering of data scientists and leaders from industry and academia to explore how data science is changing lives, organizations and the world.
Together, we'll explore how big data is shaping businesses, shifting markets and transforming our world.
This summit is a unique opportunity to share thinking on current and future tools, techniques, and trends that are driving the big data opportunity for organizations across the globe. Network and exchange ideas with industry peers and celebrate today's data triumphs. By attending this exclusive event, you'll gain a deeper understanding of data science possibilities and come away with ideas on how to tap the power of data.
There is no cost to attend. However, attendance is limited to data scientists and select business and IT leaders. Register now to apply for your spot!
For the full program and a complete list of speakers, visit our event site.
A limited number of grants are available to academics and data scientists in non-profit organizations to cover hotel and air expenses. Apply by registering for a "Travel Grant and Pass".
Jonathan Harris, Programmer, Artist and Storyteller
Jonathan Harris is the co-creator of We Feel Fine, which continuously measures the emotional temperature of the human world through large-scale blog analysis. In 2009, The World Economic Forum named him a 2009 Young Global Leaders and his work is in the permanent collection of New York Museum of Modern Art. Jonathan has appeared on CNN, NPR, BBC, and is a TED Conference speaker.
Jennifer Pahlka, Executive Director, Code for America
Jennifer Pahlka is the Founder, Executive Director and Board Chair of Code for America, an organization that is helping governments use technology to solve issues and is supported by O’Reilly Media, Google and Omidyar Network.
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