The London Business Analytics Group is a community data and analytics interest group. We started in July 2014 and have organised over 20 events. Previous talks have included data visualisation, exotic patterns in data, big data in personalised medicine, building data science teams, R and predictive analytics and machine learning.
Algorithm Magic with Pen, Paper and RapidMiner
Organised by London Business Analytics Group
Don't miss this hands on session with Kostas Bonikos at this month's London Business Analytics Group that'll help to demystify data science and showcase RapidMiner!functional project-management management decision-tree-algorithm rapidminer data-science data
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Introduction to Deep Learning- Bianca Furtuna
Featuring Bianca Furtuna
How is the future going to look like? When are we going to reach true Artificial Intelligence? Is the Singularity going to happen? There is a lot of talk today about AI and what does it mean for the human society. Let's forget about the future for an hour and focus on what is possible today....visual functional data-analytics
Machine Learning - What They Don’t Teach You At Coursera - Harvinder Atwal
Featuring Harvinder Atwal
Advances in machine learning algorithms and an explosion in software tools have ushered in a transformative period for business, science and medicine. Machine learning is now one of the hottest topics in the World. However, there is far more to successful implementation of Machine Learning than...machine-learning algorithm software-tools data functional
Featuring Mark Whitehorn
Companies currently collect vast swathes of data; some is analysed, much isn’t. The stuff that isn’t analysed is Dark. Clearly the name has its origins in the term “Dark Matter”. Dark Data, like dark matter, is invisible (at least in the analytical universe) but that doesn’t stop it significantly...functional darkdata data-analytics