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Wolfram DATA SUMMIT 2015

September 1–2, 2015 | Park Hyatt | Washington, DC


The Wolfram Data Summit begins with an 8am breakfast on Tuesday, September 1. The final presentations will conclude at approximately 4:30pm on Wednesday, September 2. This page will be updated as additional speakers are confirmed.

Talks & Presentations

Working with Dirty Data: To Cleanse or Not to Cleanse... and How to Decide Nicholas Marko, Dr. Oleg Roderick Geisinger Health System
Scientific Data, Privacy Todd Carpenter NISO
Big Brother vs. Big Data: Privacy-Preserving Threat Analytics at Scale Chester Parrott Cisco
Using Big Data to Predict Online Trends Peter Sirota Quantcast
Data Science for Data-Driven Application Systems in the Internet of Things Kirk Borne Booz Allen Hamilton
Protecting Consumers of Financial Products and Services Linda Powell Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Bidding Strategies for Display Advertising: How to Avoid Boiling the Ocean Catherine Williams AppNexus
Data Is the Only Marketplace Russell Foltz-Smith TrueCar, Inc.
Does Location Matter? A Sneak Peek at the Best States for Data Innovation Daniel Castro Center for Data Innovation
Open Data Science: Leveraging Public Data to Explore Urban Life Ben Wellington Pratt School of Architecture
Data as Code/Code as Data George Danner Business Laboratory LLC
The Webdata Blindspot Shion Deysarkar Datafiniti
Building and Linking the Public Goods of the 21st Century Nicholas Gruen Lateral Economics
Data Sleuth: Detecting and Recovering Missing Data in International Trade Networks Peter Goodings Swartz & Keith Soura Panjiva
Prospecting for Habitable Planets Jon Jenkins NASA Ames Research Center
The Revolution Will Be Annotated Dan Whaley
Quantifying, Visualizing, and Forecasting Global Human Society: What It Looks Like to Compute on the Entire Planet Kalev Leetaru George Washington University
2016 Election Media as Data Roger Macdonald Internet Archive
Inconvenient Truths: What Do We Know, How Do We Know It, and How Do We Know We Know It? Anthony Scriffignano Dun & Bradstreet

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