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DataHour: Lessons Learned from Hundreds of Machine Learning Projects

Online 25-02-2022 06:00 PM to 25-02-2022 07:00 PM
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About the Webinar:

In this DataHour, Prashant will share some important lessons learned while working and managing data science projects. He will describe how to combine research and execution. Also how to scale experimentation, reduce the need of labeled data, share features, handle privacy modeling, error analysis, and ROI generation. You will also learn how you can combine data science and other fields such as Psychology to get deeper insights from data.

Prerequisites: Enthusiasm for learning Data Science!


Who is this Webinar for?

  • Students & Freshers who want to build a career in Data Science
  • Working professionals who want to transition to a data science career
  • Data science professionals who want to accelerate their career growth

Speaker:

Prashant K Dhingra
Managing Director(Machine Learning), JPMorgan Chase

Prashant K Dhingra is the Managing Director for Machine Learning at JP Morgan Chase. Since 2008 he has worked on a variety of ML models and has a good experience of 28 years. Prior to JPMC, he had worked at Google and Microsoft. At Google, he was the Head of Machine Learning for Manufacturing and Industry. At Microsoft, he worked on Azure ML, Bing, and the SQL Server team. Prashant has also written a book on SQL Server and a chapter on ML in an NOAA book.

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