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Make Data Work
March 5–6, 2018: Training
March 6–8, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
San Jose, CA
Matthew Granade

Matthew Granade
Cofounder, Domino Data Lab

Website | @MatthewGranade

Matthew Granade is a cofounder of Domino Data Lab, which makes a workbench for data scientists to run, scale, share, and deploy analytical models, where he works with companies such as Quantopian, Premise, and Orbital Insights. He also invests in, advises, and serves on the boards of startups in data, data analysis, finance, and
 financial tech. Previously, Matthew was co-head of research at Bridgewater Associates, where he built and managed teams that ensured Bridgewater’s understanding of the global economy, created new systems for generating alpha, produced daily trading signals, and published Bridgewater’s market commentary, and an engagement manager at McKinsey & Company. He holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University, where he was president of the Harvard Crimson, the university’s daily newspaper, and an MBA with highest honors from Harvard Business School.


11:50am12:30pm Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Matthew Granade (Domino Data Lab)
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Predictive analytics and artificial intelligence have become critical competitive capabilities. Yet IT teams struggle to provide the support data science teams need to succeed. Matthew Granade explains how leading banks, insurance and pharmaceutical companies, and others manage data science at scale. Read more.