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Data science is propelling the world forward by exponential leaps and bounds. Regardless of your industry, the future of your business depends on your team’s ability to wield data like that stick that Daisy Ridley used at the beginning of The Force Awakens. The problem is that not all of us are on the same page with what data science even is! Don’t worry. These talks are here to help.

See the latest talk in this series: Designing & Building for a Data Science Future

The internet is filled with attention-grabbing articles, new data-collecting startups, colorful charts, and grandiose-sounding terms. Some days, I’m pretty sure that the ‘Big’ in BigData refers to the hype! But the power of data science is real and you need it. Don’t worry – Dan Chuparkoff’s Data Science for Humans series of talks is designed to help you sift through the noise and understand the specifics, so you can apply data-science mastery to your business before it’s too late.

Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence,
Predictive Modeling, Deep Learning, Unstructured Data,
Bayesian Networks, Unsupervised Learning,
Natural Language Processing, & Artificial Neural Networks.

This series of talks will break down practical and applied data science into simple terms that actual humans (yes – that’s us) can understand and apply. Whether you are a PhD-candidate on your way to Antarctica to study particle physics or an Excel-wielder with Tableau aspirations, you can count on this series of talks to help you disrupt, reinvent, save, and change your industry with the power of data.

These talks will help you to understand the full spectrum of data science possibilities. Whether your team is just looking for actionable reports and charts or trying to figure out how to reverse-engineer your way backwards through the hidden levels of a neural net, this series of talks and workshops is for you.

Data science doesn’t have to be scary and confusing.

See all of Dan’s talks

A few screens from some of the talks in the Data Science for Humans series: