Live Event: RapidMiner Data Science & Machine Learning – New York

January 17  |  New York, NY

 

Join us for our first New York area RapidMiner MeetUp and enjoy good conversation with like-minded data enthusiasts!

 

Presentations will include:

 

  • Enhance Your Machine Learning Models with Multi-Objective Optimization , Dr. Ingo Mierswa, President & Founder

Live Event: Berlin AI

January 17 |  Berlin, Germany

 

Berlin AI gatherings are quarterly, 3 hour events for Artificial Intelligence practitioners focusing on lessons learned applying AI.  This month, Dr. Martin Schmitz, Head of Data Science Services at RapidMiner will present lessons learned about  Selling Data Science – Why you should Ignore Data Science Performance Measures.

 

 

If interested in attending, please contact us for discount information at inquiries@rapidminer.com

Live Webinar: Better Machine Learning Models with Multi-Objective Optimization

January 24 | 11 am ET

 

The search for great machine learning models is about overcoming conflicts. We want accurate models, but we don’t want them to overfit. We also want more features to improve accuracy, but not too many to avoid the curse of dimensionality. So simultaneously optimizing multiple conflicting criteria seems like it should be a standard solution in the data science toolbox.

 

 

Join RapidMiner Founder and President, Dr. Ingo Mierswa for this webinar where he’ll discuss multi-objective optimization.

Live Event: RapidMiner Workshop on Machine Learning in Artificial Intelligence

January 25 | Hsinchu City, Taiwan

 

Join Scientific Formosa for a half day workshop in which they will be presenting  RapidMiner use case applications for the semiconductor, optoelectronics and smart manufacturing industries.

Live Event: Dortmund Data Science Meetup – Blitz Talks!

February 6  |  Dortmund, Germany

 

For our first meetup this year let us talk about awesome and unnerving projects we worked on in 2017.  Did you have an unsuccessful project?  Tell us where and why you had to stop. Maybe another datanaut might have just the right idea to pick up the project again and break the wall.

 

Successful projects are also very welcome as an inspiration 😉

 

Every talk will take about 5 to 15 minutes excluding feedback so you have enough time to present your biggest obstacles, newly acquired methods and funny anecdotes.  No fancy slides required.