October 30, 2018 | Written by: Anca Nichita
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Data is a living mountain that can only get higher and higher, as more and more of it is collected and amassed. So, how do you climb that mountain and what type of gear do you we need to scale its dizzying heights?
Lost in data?
There are times when participants in the adventure that is data need to step back and take in the bigger picture. Lost in a blizzard of information, it is often hard to find a way forward.
Data climbers need to work out the route that will best suit their goals: the basecamps they want to reach.
Building a relationship
That’s why Dative Natives has come into existence. This annual conference brings together the smartest data minds around: to workshop, network and collaborate. It is for anyone who has a relationship with data – data scientists, developers, business analysts; and those who want to understand its impact better: everyone from entrepreneurs to artists.
It will leave you gasping
In three days, we’ll cover a breath-taking array of data subjects: AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Fintech and much more. In fact, Data Natives will cover just about everything you need to know about data and the future, in one place. But it will also be fun and quirky, as some of the titles of the events clearly suggest:
- Weaponizing algorithms
- Big Data’s dead
- How to lie with Data and Statistics
We’ll be there. Will you?
As you would expect with anything related to data, IBM will be strongly represented at Data Natives. In fact, we will have our own MiniTheatre where you can get up-to-the-minute insights from key players working at the cutting edge of data science and technology.
Among the unmissable topics under discussion at the IBM MiniTheatre:
- Blockchain in practice by Elke Kunde
- Improve Business Operations with Decision Optimization by Dr. Jesco Humpola
- How to Drive Business Transformation with Artificial Intelligence Based on Data Science Use Cases By Stephan Reimann
For more information on tickets and speakers, and the latest updates to the schedule, visit Data Natives.