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Previously known as the GraphLab Conference, the Data Science Summit will bring together 1000 data enthusiasts and professionals from all over the world. The focus of the meeting will be the emerging subjects of data science, machine learning and predictive applications.
Cambridge Intelligence CEO, Joe Parry, is among the list of speakers at the event, alongside Prof. Alex Smola of Google, Ron Kasabian of Intel and Emil Eifrem of Neo Technology. His presentation will introduce the audience to the KeyLines toolkit, an advanced tool for visualizing graph data in the browser.
Additional staff will also be on hand at the Cambridge Intelligence exhibition stand to offer graph visualization advice and demonstrations.
“We’re very excited to be sponsoring the Data Science Summit this summer,” said Corey Lanum, Manager of Cambridge Intelligence’s North America office. “Connected data sits at the heart of many advanced data applications, and visualization is often the key to making them accessible to end users. The Summit will give us a great forum to engage with an audience looking to solve complex graph visualization challenges.”
Since its foundation in 2011, Cambridge Intelligence has become the leading provider of advanced graph visualization technologies. Their KeyLines product allows users to intuitively explore the networks in graph data, to join the dots and uncover hidden patterns.
Over 70 organizations around the world, ranging from government agencies, Fortune 500 companies and innovative startups, rely on KeyLines to uncover data insight in domains including cyber security, intelligence, law enforcement and anti-fraud.
For more detailed information on the Dato Data Science Summit, visit http://data-science-summit.org/.
To see Cambridge Intelligence’s full event schedule, visit: our events page.
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