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During Amy's career, she has led the Customer Analytics & Insights and Global Data Science teams at eBay, served as Chief Data Scientist at WPP, and was Head of Media Planning at Obama for America
My day to day is working with both business leaders and or quants across Walmart's enterprise piloting and evangelizing new technology, and upskilling the org on embedding machine intelligence at all stages of decision-making & strategy.
Gregg’s 20+ year career has been defined by continual placement into situations that require immediate efficiency, cost, or process improvement
Werner Goertz is a Research Director within Gartner's Personal Technnologies team, where he covers personal devices (smartphones, PCs/Ultrabooks, tablets/ultramobiles and wearables) and IoT.
56 Top Gallant Road
Stamford, Connecticut 06902
Spixii is an automated insurance agent dedicated to making insurance quicker, easier and more personal than ever before. With a simple conversation, find out what insurance would be right for you in an instant. Finally no more form-filling.
Amr Shady is the Co-founder and CEO of Aingel, data science engineer and serial tech entrepreneur. He is an active board member of both Endeavor and TechWadi, non-profits leading the entrepreneurship movement around the world.
75 E Santa Clara St
San Jose, California 95113
Dr. Danny Lange is Vice President of AI and Machine Learning at Unity Technologies where he leads multiple initiatives around applied artificial intelligence
30 3rd Street San Francisco
San Francisco, California 94103
Jana’s a math and computer nerd who took the business path for a career. Today, she’s CEO of Nara Logics, a neuroscience-inspired artificial intelligence company, providing a platform for recommendations and decision support
215 First St
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
Gil serves as the head of Lyft's Machine Learning Platform. Previously he was co-founder of Octarine, a security startup, and VP Product of Reflektion, an e-commerce personalization company, and AppDirect
Companies that run trials stand to lose billions of dollars per year because of failures related to recruitment, retention, protocol deviations and corrupted data
101 West Broadway
San Diego, California