Every year, there is a data modeling conference that takes place around the world. Its name is Data Modeling Zone, or DMZ for short (not to be confused with the DMZ in Korea, which isn't that good a place for data professionals!). Just like last year and the year before that, this year, I'll be participating in the conference as a speaker, talking about data science- and AI-related topics.
Namely, I'll talk about the common misconceptions about Machine Learning, something you may remember from my previous books. Still, this talk will cover the topic in more depth and help even newcomers to the field distinguish between the hype and the reality of machine learning. After my presentation, there will be some time for Q & A, so if you have any burning questions about this topic, you have a chance to have them answered.
Just like last year, DMZ is going to be online this year, making it super easy for you to attend, regardless of where you are. Also, there are plenty of interesting talks on various data-related topics, as you can see from the conference’s program.
I hope to see you there this November 18th!
Zacharias Voulgaris, PhD
Passionate data scientist with a foxy approach to technology, particularly related to A.I.