Presented By O'Reilly and Cloudera
Make Data Work
31 May–1 June 2016: Training
1 June–3 June 2016: Conference
London, UK

Health conference sessions

10:10–10:15 Thursday, 2/06/2016
Gilad Olswang (Intel)
Federated analytics, a new approach to analyzing big data, supports unprecedented collaboration across large distributed datasets that contain proprietary and/or protected information. Gilad Olswang explains how Intel harnesses the power of federated analytics in the Collaborative Cancer Cloud project.
11:15–11:55 Friday, 3/06/2016
Anirudh Koul (Microsoft), Saqib Shaikh (Microsoft)
Anirudh Koul and Saqib Shaik explore cutting-edge advances at the intersection of vision, language, and deep learning that help the blind community "see" the physical world and explain how developers can utilize this state-of-the-art image-captioning and computer-vision technology in their own applications.
11:15–11:55 Thursday, 2/06/2016
Gilad Olswang (Intel)
Federated analytics, a new approach to analyzing big data, balances privacy, autonomy, IP protection and supports unprecedented collaboration across large distributed datasets that contain proprietary and/or protected information. Gilad Olswang explains how Intel harnesses the power of federated analytics in the Collaborative Cancer Cloud project.
16:35–17:15 Thursday, 2/06/2016
Tom White (Cloudera)
The advent of next-generation DNA sequencing technologies is revolutionizing life sciences research by routinely generating extremely large datasets. Tom White explains how big data tools developed to handle large-scale Internet data (like Hadoop) help scientists effectively manage this new scale of data and also enable addressing a host of questions that were previously out of reach.
14:05–14:45 Thursday, 2/06/2016
Eric Kramer (Dataiku)
Dataiku and Bioserenity have built a system for an at-home, real-time EEG and, in the process, created an open source stack for handling the data from connected devices. Eric Kramer offers an overview of the tools Dataiku and Bioserenity use to handle large amounts of time series data and explains how they created a real-time web app that processes petabytes of data generated by connected devices.
11:20–11:40 Wednesday, 1/06/2016
Taryn Fixel (ingredient1)
Taryn Fixel investigates the bioindividuality of food choices and explains how flexible data structures are capturing real-time food behaviors that will transform our understanding of nutrition and human health.