The Open Data Science Conference (ODSCon) is swiftly becoming one of the data science industry’s most sought-after events. ODSCon, which is held every year, brings together prominent data practitioners, academics, scientists, investors, and industry experts from all over the world to network, interact, and explore the newest in open data science.
The conference delves into the most recent developments and trends in open data, data science, and machine learning. ODSCon gives attendees with unprecedented insights into the world of open data through engaging conversations, keynotes, breakout sessions, hackathons, and more.
The ODSCon 2021 is slated for November 11th-13th, 2021 in Dallas, Texas, USA. This year’s conference will focus on open data, data science, and machine learning advances such as artificial intelligence, deep learning, natural language processing, cloud computing, and data visualization. It is expected to attract over 500 attendees from around the world, making it one of the year’s most important open data events.
Dr. Robert W. Kern of Microsoft, Professor Alfred Essa of Northwestern University, and Ms. Marissa Mayer of Google are among the notable keynote speakers for this year’s Open Data Science Conference. These subject matter experts will delve into the consequences of open data, the present state of data science, and the impact of technology on the future of open data.
Several workshops and seminars will be held as part of the event to provide guests with an engaging experience. Topics will include “AI in the Open Data Age,” “Analytics and Visualization for Open Data,” and “Technology and Privacy in Open Data.”
ODSCon is particularly noted for its annual Hackathon, which provides attendees with the unique opportunity to work on their own open data projects while collaborating with industry experts. This year’s Hackathon has three tracks: “Analytics and Visualization”, “Open Data Tools and APIs”, and “Apps and AI”.
ODSCon is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for data enthusiasts, professionals, and students to learn from and network with leaders in the open data movement. Attendees can gain access to the brightest brains in the field and stay on the cutting edge of open data innovation by attending the annual Open Data Science Conference.