Paul Groth will be giving a talk at the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science seminar series on how Elsevier is using data science to help scientists. It's in an open event from 12:30 - 13:30 and you're welcome to join
Deep Learning with Keras, co-authored by Antonio Gulli and Labs' Sujit Pal is available from PackT Publishing. For more information, please see the publisher's site: https://www.packtpub.com/big-data-and-business-intelligence/deep-learning-keras
The book is aimed at the Data Scientist / Engineer starting out with Neural Networks. It contains a mix of theory and examples, but the focus is on the code, with examples in Keras. By the time you finish the book, you should be comfortable building networks to solve your own problems.
The book is available on Amazon.
We're happy to be attending the EXCITE Workshop 2017: “Challenges in Extracting and Managing References” where we'll be looking at the latest in dealing with information extraction from scientific papers and participating in a hackathon. Reach out to Paul if you're around.
The next Cincinnati Spark Meetup will be on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Join us at 6pm for pizza, drinks, and networking.
For the program, Eugene Pyatigorsky from Luxottica will be presenting on the RStudio release of the integration between Spark and R (an integration for those that prefer using 'dplyr' syntax). Also, Jason Hubbard from Cloudera will be presenting Spark tips and tricks that he picked up through his experiences over the past 1-2 years.
Illumination Works is hosting the Meetup at their in Mason office.
See our Meetup page for details: https://www.meetup.com/Cincinnati-Apache-Spark-Meetup/events/238027342/
On Friday March 3, they will present VPATs - For Business or Measure?, which will focus on our accessibility team’s approach to handling the hundreds of customer requests for VPATs around US 508 compliance.
On February 24, Labs' Jessica Cox and Corey Harper will be at the 2017 Annual Workshop of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub, part of at Columbia University's Schapiro Center for Engineering and Physical Science Research.