idalab seminar

idalab seminar #9: When you’re Sick, Please Stay at Home – Making Sense of Spreading Phenomena using Human Contact Data

The next idalab seminar will take place on Friday April 27th at 5pm, as always in our office at Potsdamer Straße 68. We will host a talk by Benjamin F. Maier, PhD student at the Robert Koch Institute and freelance data scientist.

idalab seminar #5: Canonical Trends: Detecting Trend Setters in Web Data

On August 14th 2017, Felix Biessmann gave a talk at idalab about “Canonical Trends: Detecting Trend Setters in Web Data”. The talk was based on a paper that Felix has written in 2012, together with Jens-Michalis Papaioannou (TU Berlin), Mikio Braun (TU Berlin), Andreas Harth (Karlsruhe Institue of Technology):

The idalab seminars: our contribution to the AI discussion

For a while now, starting in March 2016, you have received information about the idalab seminars via our newsletter, Twitter, Linkedin or our Blog. For those who have never heard, or never attended – and always wondered – we want to take a brief moment to present to you what idalab seminars are all about, where we want to go with them and how we’d like you to be involved.

idalab seminar #8: Data Science meets art: Predicting bestselling books

Is there such a thing as “Bestseller DNA”? And how could it be revealed to authors, publishers or other interested parties? On March 2nd 2018, you have the chance to find out. In the context of the next idalab seminar, we will host a talk by Dr. Ralf Winkler, Founder and Managing Director of QualiFiction GmbH.

idalab seminar #7: Next generation product search at Zalando using deep learning

On January 26th 2018, idalab will host a talk by Duncan Blythe, who is a Research Scientist at Zalando SE. He will give a talk on: Next generation product search in e-commerce using deep learning.

idalab seminar #6: ‘Lean’ Training Data: An Incremental Approach to Supervised Machine Learning.

On December 1st 2017, idalab seminar #6 will take place, hosting a talk by Jeremiah Lewis and Edouard Malet from N26.

idalab seminar #4: Towards Scalable Fraud Detection – a journey from Sklearn to Spark

The new season of idalab talks, will begin on January 20th with Stanimir Dragiev and Tammo Krueger, who will discuss “Towards scalable fraud detection: a journey from Sklearn to Spark”. The talk will start at 4:00 pm.

idalab seminar #3: From flow charts to neurons – structure and flexibility in dialogue systems

Several approaches could be considered while building conversational software, on a spectrum from hand-coded (flow charts) to completely data driven (seq2seq models).