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Toby Segaran

Toby Segaran
Data Scientist, Google

Website | @kiwitobes

Toby Segaran is the author of the O’Reilly title, “Programming Collective Intelligence”, Amazon’s top-selling AI book, formerly the Director of Software Development at Genstruct, and now a Data Magnate at Metaweb. He loves applying data-mining algorithms to everything ranging from pharmaceutical trials to the Technorati Top 100.

Sessions

Development, Workshop
Location: 2006 Level: Intermediate
Jamie Taylor (Metaweb), Colin Evans (Metaweb), Toby Segaran (Google)
This tutorial will identify how the architecture of participation can be extended by combining open data and open source semantic technologies. We will use simple, hands-on examples to expose participants to semantic techniques that are possible today. The tutorial will culminate by working through the development of a semantic widget for movie reviews that makes use of the techniques described. Read more.
Development
Location: 2003 Level: Intermediate
Toby Segaran (Google)
Huge sets of data are generated every day by people using online applications and many techniques for analyzing and interpreting these datasets exist, making it possible to use this data to draw new conclusions, build predictive models, and make web applications smarter. Read more.