Ivy Nguyen shares insights on:
About Ivy Nguyen:
In this episode, Tom shares his advice on:
About Tom Reilly:
I had a chance to sit down with co-founders of Monicat Data. It's the first time I chatted with experts at the intersection of data science and art, so I took a lot of notes.
What I learned:
About Monicat Data:
Jasmine, Cassie, and Kurt are co-founders of Monicat Data, a Data Management & Research agency specifically focused on bringing strategic data to Artists and Creative Supporting Organizations.
Since launching September of 2016, Monicat Data has aided creative organizations with data solutions ranging from notable names such as Springboard for the Arts, Rhymesayers Entertainment, Forecast Public Art. Fashion Week MN, The Bush Foundation and Mu Performing Arts--to name a few."
Monicat Data also offers 'Data for Art' workshops to the Minneapolis/St. Paul in the efforts of educating artists and creative supporting organizations on the power of data organization and strategy implementation.
Jasmine has a background in marketing analytics and an MBA.
Cassie has a background in music, computer science, and art.
Both Jasmine and Cassie love working on data that makes people dream.
Fun fact about Jasmine & Cassie: Aside from running their data startup, Jasmine is an avid yogi and Cassie is an opera singer.
In this episode, Jarah Euston discusses:
About Jarah Euston:
Jarah Euston is a growth and analytics leader who has propelled several Silicon Valley Startups to the top.
Jarah is one of the Business Insider’s “28 Most Powerful Women in Mobile Advertising.”
Jarah served as growth and analytics leader at Flurry, Yahoo, and most recently Nexla, an early stage next gen data ops startup, winner of several startup awards, including Strata Hadoop and TechCrunch Disrupt.
Jarah has a background in Economics and an MBA from Wharton
To learn more about Jarah and Nexla, please visit nexla.com or reach out to Jarah “at” nexla.com
Nexla automates DataOps so companies can quickly derive value from their data, with minimal engineering required.
Nexla’s secure platform runs in the cloud or on-premise. It allows business users to send, receive, transform, and monitor data in their preferred format via an easy to use web interface.
In this episode, Rumman Chowdhury shares her insights on:
I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed created it!
Rumman's Blog: http://www.rummanchowdhury.com/
Rumman's Twitter: http://www.rummanchowdhury.com/
AI Education Startup https://www.accel.ai/
Rumman Chowdhury is an AI Authority working on cutting edge applications of Artificial Intelligence at Accenture. She also serves on the Board of Directors for several AI startups.
Rumman holds two undergraduate degrees from MIT, and a Masters in Quantitative Methods of Social Sciences from Columbia University. Rumman also has a PhD in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego.
Rumman has given several talks and tutorials, some of them include Intel Analytics Conference, Open Data Science Conference, Machine Learning Conference, Women Catalysts, PyBay, and Demystifying AI Conference.
In mainstream media, Rumman has been interviewed for the PHDivas podcast, German Public Television, and fashion line MM LaFleur. In 2017, Rumman has upcoming talks at the Global Artificial Intelligence Conference, at Strata + Hadoop San Jose, Southern Data Science Conference, and Strata + Hadoop London
In this episode, David Herman shared his insights on:
David Herman packed some powerful concepts and insights in quick 30 min conversation and it is definitely worth a listen or two :)
For additional questions, you may reach out to David on his linked or his email dh.herman "at" gmail.com
Richard Demsyn-Jones has an extensive experience building predictive models. Currently, Richard is at Google Trust and Safety Analytics, Prior to that Richard helped Capital One with their data science opportunities as a principal data scientist. Richard has an academic background in economics.
I bumped into Richard when he was presenting on sports analytics, and despite zero interest or prior experience in watching in Hockey, I found myself deeply immersed in Richard’s presentation where he discussed data analytics around goalie quality...This goes to show Richard’s compelling storytelling abilities.
Couple of fun facts about Richard: He thinks cereal is good for any meal, also he’s from Canada, but doesn’t want you to hold that against other Canadians.
In this podcast, Richard shares his thoughts on:
fumble.to.victory [at] gmail.com
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are in my own, and do not represent my employer’s viewpoints on sports analytics or other projects.
Sam Abrahams is a TensorFlow evangelist and a kickass storyteller, programmer, and a statistician! In this podcast episode, Sam discusses his thoughts on TensorFlow coming from a hard-core practitioner point of view. We chat about:
TensorFlow White Paper
Sam's Github With TensorFlow Whitepaper Notes
Sam's Upcoming Book on TensorFlow For Machine Intelligence
Sam's Blog: http://www.memdump.io/
Sean is the director of data science at Space-Time Insight, a leading provider of advanced analytics software for organizations looking to leverage machine learning for their business applications. Having worked across diverse industries, and alongside many talented professionals, Sean has seen the blend of approaches required to successfully convert raw data into real world value.
Sean holds his doctorate in scientific computing, where he used advanced mathematics, parallel computing and optimization to solve challenges in nanotechnology, chemistry and renewable energy. After completing his Ph.D. Sean started his own data science consulting practice, helping companies automate decision-making and uncover patterns in large amounts of data. Sean has since joined a major technology consulting firm working with cross-discipline teams to build the next generation of adaptive, data-driven applications.
Sean’s upcoming book is focusing on building products with data and will be published by O'Reilly.
In this conversation, we touch on Return of Investment on Data Science and other things like:
Be sure to check out the end of the podcast where Sean reveals his favorite data science product that had the most positive impact on his life.
Ben Spooner has several years of experience as an Army Officer at a battle post in Iraq, both in Intelligence as well as Executive capacities. I sat down with him to discuss his thoughts on activating a data driven work culture using data visualization and dashboards as primary weapons.
Here's what we discussed:
For the past 2 years, Zach has been working as a data scientist at an industry leading data consulting firm. He works in fraud analytics space where he and his team has saved hundreds of millions of dollars of federal dollars using sophisticated data science techniques. He is also a recent graduate of data science program at UC Berkeley.
When I met him, I was really impressed with your ability to speak “real world” data science and later I found out that he has a professional background in teaching complex topics like physics and calculus, which is what makes you such a good communicator in this field.
I sat down with him on a sunny Saturday afternoon to discuss one of the most exciting projects he has worked on in his data science career.
Here's a quick recap of what we discussed:
Lisa Kirch has over 20 years of broad business experience and deep understanding of data science. As she was recently celebrating her graduation from Berkeley's data science program, I got together with her to chat about a very interesting project she has been working on for the last few weeks.
Listen to this quick (less than 15 mins) discussion to learn more about:
- Future of smart home (connected home) and conversation
- Data science can help create a sustainable ways of living
- Compelling Visuals Dashboards
Connect with Lisa at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lkirch on LinkedIn or @lkonthego on twitter. For email fans, reach out to Lisa and learn more about her data science projects via email at email@example.com