Mar 15–18, 2020
Yue Cathy Chang

Yue Cathy Chang
Partner, TutumGene

Website | @yuec

Yue “Cathy” Chang is a partner at TutumGene, a technology company that aims to accelerate disease curing by providing solutions for gene therapy and regulation of gene expression. She’s a business executive recognized for sales, business development, and product marketing in high technology. Previously, she was with Silicon Valley Data Science, a startup (acquired by Apple) that provided business transformation consulting to enterprises and other organizations using data science- and engineering-based solutions; employee #1 hired by the CEO at venture-funded software startup Rocana (acquired by Splunk), where she served as senior director of business development focusing on building and growing long-term relationships, and notably increased sales leads 2x through building and managing indirect revenue channels; held multiple strategic roles at blue chip software enterprise companies as well as startups, including corporate and business development at Feedzai and Datameer; senior product management, product marketing and sales at Symantec and IBM; and strategic sourcing improvement consulting at Honeywell. Cathy holds MS and BS degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, MBA and MS degrees as a leaders for global operations (LGO) duel-degree fellow from MIT, and two patents for her early work in microprocessor logic design.

Sessions

9:00am12:30pm Monday, March 16, 2020
Location: 210A
Jike Chong (LinkedIn), Yue Cathy Chang (TutumGene)
More than 85% of data science projects fail. This high failure rate is a main reason why data science is still a "science." As data science practitioners, reducing this failure rate is a priority. Jike Chong and Yue "Cathy" Chang explain the three key steps of applying data science technology to business problems and three concerns for applying domain insights in AI and ML initiatives. Read more.
2:00pm2:30pm Monday, March 16, 2020
Location: LL20B
Yue Cathy Chang (TutumGene)
Genome editing has been dubbed a top technology that could create trillion-dollar markets. Yue Cathy Chang explains how recent advances in applying AI to genomic editing accelerate the transformation of medicine. You'll learn how AI is applied to genome sequencing and editing, explore the potential to correct mutations, and explore questions on using genome editing to optimize human health. Read more.
11:50am12:30pm Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Location: LL21 D
Jike Chong (LinkedIn), Yue Cathy Chang (TutumGene)
More than 85% of data science projects fail. This high failure rate is a main reason why data science is still a science. Jike Chong and Yue "Cathy" Chang outline how you can reduce this failure rate and improve teams' confidence in executing successful data science projects by applying data science technology to business problems: scenario mapping, pattern discovery, and success evaluation. Read more.

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