The monthly data science interview and live coding show for a uniquely upfront experience of your favorite cutting-edge topics
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Every month, we'll give you a uniquely upfront experience in the data community through a live show where we interview an area expert, live code on their latest project, and chat with participants. After, we'll share the recording and code so you can watch on your own schedule, try it out for yourself, and maybe even contribute!
US ELECTION TWITTER BOTS AND HOW TO FIND THEM
Join guest OSINT researchers Cody Webb & Jessalyn Hernandez and founder Marc Smith (NodeXL, SMR Foundation) as we examine:
How active is bot activity in the US presidential election and what does it look like?
Can we build effective DIY tools that easily reveal bot activity, and if so, should we raise our ethical expectations for civic groups and social media platforms?
Live show on Monday March 2nd @ 11a PT / 2p ET
SESSION 02 - SCALING VISUAL CANCER GENOMICS
Featuring Dr. Julie Wu (Stanford Medicine) and Corey Nolet (Nvidia)
Genetics is revolutionizing cancer treatment through targeted therapies. The question is now how to gain insights from samples from thousands of patients as they try different therapies. This ride along explores using GPU-accelerated graph and UMAP clustering (Nvidia RAPIDS & Graphistry) to scale visual analysis to many patients over multiple years.
Session airs Tuesday, Feb 4th, 11a Pacific
SESSION 02: SCALING VISUAL CANCER GENOMICS
With Dr. Julie Wu (Stanford Medicine) and Corey Nolet (Nvidia)
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