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Data Engineering in 2019

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Future Facts

19 Danzigerkade

1013 AP Amsterdam

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The data engineer's role has changed a lot over the past few years and continues to change rapidly. Are you and your company approaching it in the right way?

Businesses may not have caught up to the fact that you can purchase technologies off-the-shelf that do most of the data extraction, and piping to easily accessible areas.

Learn more about the role of data engineering and data engineers at Future Facts, Amsterdam.

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Bastiaan Sjardin, Tech Lead at Future Facts and Tom Rijntjes, Data Engineer at Future Facts.

Presentation Topic: The Explainable Machine Learning toolbox:
The ability to interpret Machine Learning models is no longer a nice-to-have. With an increasing influence of AI on decision making in fields such as medical diagnostics, loan applications, resume screening we need more control. Let’s cut through the hype and cover the techniques needed to start opening up any black box machine learning model.


Jack Esselink
, Data Science & Machine Learning Evangelist at Studio Pulpit.

Presentation Topic: Data science is creating the future
According to Cathy O’Neill, author of the bestseller Weapons of Math Destruction, data scientists and engineers are not just predicting the future but they are creating the future. More and more data scientists and engineers are realising that they have great power and that great power comes with great responsibility. In this talk Jack Esselink, data & AI evangelist at Studio Pulpit and formerly IBM, will talk about what the future holds for data science and engineering and why ethics matters for data scientists/ - engineers.

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