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March 5–6, 2018: Training
March 6–8, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
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Ran Taig

Ran Taig
Senior Data Scientist , Dell EMC


Ran Taig is a senior data scientist at Dell EMC, where he leads data science projects, especially in domain of hardware failure prediction, and plays a key roll in designing the team engagement models and work structure, serving as a consultant to EMC’s business data lake team. Ran is also responsible for the team’s academic relations and continues to teach theory courses for CS students. Previously, Ran taught the Design of Algorithms and other CS theory courses at Ben-Gurion University. He holds a PhD in computer science from Ben-Gurion University, Israel, where he specialized in artificial intelligence. His research mainly focused on automated planning.


2:40pm3:20pm Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Or Herman-Saffar (Dell), Ran Taig (Dell EMC)
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What if we could predict when and where crimes will be committed? Or Herman-Saffar and Ran Taig offer an overview of Crimes in Chicago, a publicly published dataset of reported incidents of crime that have occurred in Chicago since 2001. Or and Ran explain how to use this data to explore committed crimes to find interesting trends and make predictions for the future. Read more.