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Monday Replay: “DC_THURS on Federated Learning w/ Nathalie Baracaldo (IBM)”

In case you missed it, here’s the video of last week’s conversation between Pete Soderling (Data Council) and Nathalie Baracaldo (IBM). Topics covered: Nathalie’s perspective on advancements both in federated learning & adversarial ML How to recognize specific poisoning attacks...

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Monday Replay: “PyData Boston November 2020 Meetup: On Brain-Computer Interfaces and Explainable Workflows using Python”

One of the final few events we got to support last year was PyData Boston’s November meetup, featuring two talks: Explainable Workflows Using Python, Austin Eovito (Data Scientist, IBM) How to Create Brainwave-Sensing Headphones using OpenBCI and Python, Angela Vujic (PhD researcher, MIT...

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Monday Replay: “DC_THURS w/ Gabriela de Queiroz”

This DC Thurs episode last month featured Gabriela de Queiroz, a Senior Developer Advocate and Senior Engineering & Data Science Manager at IBM. Gabriela leads the CODAIT Machine Learning Team. She is also the founder of R-Ladies, a worldwide organization for promoting diversity in the R...

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Monday Replay: “Privacy By Design Machine Learning w/ Romeo Kienzler”

At PyData Festival Amsterdam this past June, Romeo Kienzler (Chief Data Scientist at the IBM Center for Open Source Data and AI Technologies, CODAIT), gave a hands-on, work-along session over breakfast on machine learning in a privacy-preserving manner. Watch the recording: Many if not...

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Monday Replay: “DC_THURS : Kubeflow w/ Animesh Singh”

Pete Soderling (Data Council) and Animesh Singh (IBM) had a great conversation last week around all things Kubeflow. Check it out! #mondayreplay #kubeflow #opensource

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Monday Replay: “How to Automate Your Workflows in Slack Using Python” (SF Phython, July 8)

Welcome back! Hope everyone had a nice summer or – for those of you based in the southern hemisphere – is enjoying their winter season at least. Our Monday Replay series, where we feature talks from recent meetups we’ve sponsored, continues. Today, we share a short clip from last month‘s SF...

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Monday Replay: “DIY Data Science using COVID data sources“ (SF Python, June 10)

Last month’s SF Python meetup featured a talk by Nitin Borwankar (author of “Learn Data Science” and the founder of Numericc, a startup applying data science to software engineering) about “DIY data science using COVID data sources”: The Covid pandemic has seen many different models based on...

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Monday Replay: “Introduction to altair_recipes: A collection of ready-made statistical graphics“ (SF Python, June 10)

Happy Monday! Here’s another clip in our Monday series, from the June 10, 2020 SF Python Meetup, featuring Antonio Piccolboni with a short talk on the altair recipes Python package . Enjoy! Don’t forget to check out the other videos in this new series. #mondayreplay

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Monday Replay: “Disrupting the Thesaurus with Data Science” (SF Phython, June 10)

At the June 10, 2020 SF Python Meetup, Ben Aaron ()Data Scientist, Bio-Rad Laboratories) gave this lightning talk about word embeddings and clustering techniques: Check out the rest of our Monday Replay series , featuring short talks and presentations from recent meetups we were able to...

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Monday Replay: “How the Pants build system leverages Python 3 features” (SF Python, May 13)

Latest part in our series , this one once again coming out of SF Python (we’re adding material from other cities, so stay tuned for that): Learn how the new Pants execution engine leverages Python 3 features, such as async coroutines, data classes, and type annotations, to provide these...

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