Top Tech Companies Discuss Big Data & Machine Learning in San Francisco

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Data scientists from companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter gather with top universities and the start-up community to discuss Big Data and Large Scale Machine Learning. --Source, Sessions Events, LLC.

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"It's always great to connect with people who get data and Machine Learning" -- Paul Twohey, Ness Computing.

Data scientists from leading universities and companies, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and Microsoft, will present cutting-edge research on large scale Machine Learning and its applications in the new age of Big Data. The full day lecture and networking event will be at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco on July 1, 2013.

The event agenda includes presenters from Amazon, Berkeley, Facebook, Google, Microsoft Research, Stanford, Twitter, University of Washington, Walmart Labs and many more. A full list of presentations is available on the event site at http://glw2.eventbrite.com/.

The Graphlab Workshop event is one of the largest Big Data events focusing on applied Big Data and Large Scale Machine Learning. The workshop combines leading academic research with real-world applications from the many of the world’s best technology companies. In addition to a full day of lectures and interactive poster sessions with leading data science research, the workshop includes a 2-hour networking event with food and beer sponsored by Yelp.

The workshop is co-produced by the Graphlab Project (graphlab.org) and Sessions Events LLC, producer of geekSessions and MLconf technical events. Tickets to last year’s event quickly sold out with a crowd of over 325 scientists, researchers and engineers in attendance. This year the event has expanded to accommodate over 500 attendees. Tickets to the event can be purchased at http://glw2.eventbrite.com/.

The Graphlab Workshop is sponsored by: Adobe, Alpine Data Labs, HiringSolved, LDBC, Lexis Nexis, Logicblox, Neo Technology, Pandora, Pipefish, Technicolor and Yelp.

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http://glw2.eventbrite.com

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