A changing market landscape and open source innovations are having a dramatic impact on the consumability and ease of use of data science tools. Machine learning, which has become pervasive in applications from natural language processing to data science platforms, is at the core of this change. Carlo Appugliese examines the impact these trends and changes will have on the future of data science and how machine learning is making data science available to all. If you are a data scientist or if your organization relies on cutting-edge analytics, you won’t want to miss this.
This session is sponsored by IBM.
Carlo Appugliese is a program director for machine learning engineering at IBM, where he focuses on IBM Analytics, Watson, and Cloud. A technologist with a track record of leveraging emerging technologies and trends to drive business transformation, Carlo has held a number of roles, including computer programmer, manager of application development, and director of innovation.
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