Data is an essential part of any business. It drives a company’s actions, strategy, and direction and plays an increasingly significant role year-over-year. That’s why DATAx San Francisco is a must-attend event, where guests can learn about the latest machine learning models, tools, and techniques.
Held this year on May 14th and 15th at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, DATAx allows you to unlock the power of artificial intelligence and data science for your business. Attendees can expect deep demonstrations and practical advice on data strategy, as well as opportunities to connect with peers. AI startups can showcase their innovations and build relationships with potential partners.
DATAx is packed with actionable insights from leading brands. From case studies to workshops, this event covers everything from natural language processing and data ethics, to women and diversity in STEM.
Here’s what we’re looking forward to most:
Generating Real Value from Real Time Analytics — Day 1, 11am
Evren Eryurek from Google discusses how you can simplify your analytics workflows and allow your teams to get insights from your data for your industry and customers.
Getting Personal with Customers: Optimizing your Omnichannel Strategy Using AI — Day 1, 2pm
Jason Mills from Expensify talks about the impact of AI on customer loyalty and effectively creating real-time customer experiences driven by data.
Round Table Discussion: Tapping Unstructured Data for Insights & Analytics: Business Imperatives & Success Factors — Day 2, 9:30am
Joyanta Majee from Orion Business Innovation addresses the universal need to manage, integrate, and leverage data for business decisions.
Data Strategies for Enterprise: Model Risk’ Operationalization of Data Insight — Day 2, 2:40pm
Omeed Rameshni from Riot Games explains innovations in the industry, dealing with large amounts of data, and advanced database platforms.
See the full event agenda here.
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