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Intro to CPMAI Certification
09 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
Cognilytica is hosting Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer, Managing Partners at Cognilytica and their presentation ‘Intro to CPMAI Certification’ on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 11:30 AM ET! Far too often, agencies, organizations, and consulting firms are running data and AI projects without taking the right steps to ensure their success. Agile and iterative approaches have become adopted best practices for application development projects, but why don’t we have something similar when it comes to advanced analytics, big data, and AI projects? Without using best-practices approaches that standardize steps for data preparation, data identification, and data protection, it’s hard to achieve the success you’re expecting, wasting money and resources, leading to failure. This session will walk through the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) methodology to provide the foundation needed for project success, especially as you incorporate advanced analytics and AI projects. The CPMAI methodology is the established best practice for AI & ML projects, and increasingly will be demanded by organizations and agencies that plan to develop, procure, and deliver AI and advanced analytics projects. This session will provide real world examples of how CPMAI methodology allows individuals to gain the skills needed for AI project success.
Event listing ID:
1495930
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Driving Data Literacy in the Public Sector
10 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
AI in Government is hosting guest speaker Jeremy Golant, Government Solutions Consultant at Coursera presenting ‘Driving Data Literacy in the Public Sector’ on Wednesday, August 10, 2022 from 12 PM - 1 PM ET! As data becomes more seamlessly integrated within decision-making processes, public sector agencies must ensure individuals across the workforce can read, work with, and question data in the context of their role. Data literacy shouldn’t be mistaken for technical literacy, and it doesn’t necessarily include the skills and knowledge needed by a data scientist. Rather, data literacy is now increasingly recognized as a core workforce competency and something that public sector agencies need to pay attention to. In this webinar, we’ll explore the concept of data literacy, share the impact that a more data literate workforce can have on public sector agencies, and provide a roadmap for driving data skills development in your own organization. Be sure to stick around till the end for Q&A with Jeremy!
Event listing ID:
1494008
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The Top Reasons for AI Project Failure - and What you can Do about it
16 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
Cognilytica is hosting Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer, Managing Partners at Cognilytica and their presentation ‘The Top Reasons for AI Project Failure - and What you can Do about it’ on Tuesday, August 16, 2022 at 11:30 AM ET! Artificial intelligence and advanced data projects are gaining rapid traction. However, with all this interest and hype in AI, only a small percentage of AI projects are actually seeing success. Why are so many AI projects failing when they don’t need to? With all the resources, great technology, and skilled talent put towards building AI projects, we shouldn’t be seeing so much AI project failure, but up to 80% of AI projects are not being completed successfully or achieving critical success measures. Clearly it’s not a technology or people problem, so what could be the main issues holding back AI project success? Leveraging experience with thousands of AI projects and experience through best-practices approaches to AI, Cognilytica shares in this webinar the most common reasons for AI project failures and the insights to be learned from those failures. In this webinar we will discuss common reasons we see AI projects fail, the risk of overpromising and underdelivering on AI capabilities, methodologies and processes that can guarantee a higher rate of success, and how to avoid the common traps and pitfalls that usually beset AI projects.
Event listing ID:
1496028
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Case Complexity Analysis: Using Advanced Analytics to Understand Complex Problems
18 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
Enterprise Data & AI is excited to host Dr. Harold Walbert, Solutions Data Analytics Manager at Guidehouse  and his presentation "Case Complexity Analysis: Using Advanced Analytics to Understand Complex Problems" on Thursday, August 18, 2022 from 12 PM - 1 PM ET! A problem can be solved or a question answered in many ways, but some ways may be better than others. The question of how hard a problem is to solve is something that scientists, researchers, computer scientists, governments and businesses have all thought about for a long time. These different groups work in different domains and are concerned with different questions of interest but an underlying need to categorize questions into categories is a need that unites them all. You may have a problem you want to solve, like sorting a list from highest to lowest or understanding which applications for a program will take the longest to adjudicate. Some of the questions (especially in the computational arena) don’t necessarily have a human interaction or social complexity aspect to them. Other questions (like those primarily asked in business and governmental contexts) are inescapably tied to issues around human behavior and the added complexity that it brings. Using advanced analytics we can begin to understand these problems better and position ourselves in ways that lead to better outcomes. Join this webinar to learn how Guidehouse achieves the best performance possible given these complicated problems using Case Complexity Analysis. Be sure to stick around for Q&A with Harold! Register and attend for free on the Cognilytica website.
Event listing ID:
1497594
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Innovation Drivers and Data Labeling Trends for Video ML
23 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
Cognilytica is excited to host Chip Ray, Chief Technology Officer at Alegion  and his presentation "Innovation Drivers and Data Labeling Trends for Video ML" on Tuesday, August 23, 2022 from 12 PM - 1 PM ET! The use of video as a data type within machine learning is exploding. In this webinar, Alegion's Chief Technology Officer, Chip Ray will explore why and how this is happening by looking at key trends and innovation drivers. Learn about data labeling for video data and how this data can be applied to emerging use cases. Chip will also explore the media, workforce, and efficiency challenges of engineering unique data annotation solutions. Join this engaging and interactive webinar to learn some of the challenges with video data labeling, real life use cases as well as innovation drivers and trends for video ML data labeling. Be sure to stick around till the end for Q&A with Chip! Register and attend for free on the Cognilytica website.
Event listing ID:
1497560
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The Difficulties and Limitations of Implementing AI at the CFTC and Beyond
25 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
The August 2022 AI in Government event featured guest speaker is Dr. Tamara Roust, Chief Data Officer at the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and her presentation ‘The Difficulties and Limitations of Implementing AI at the CFTC and Beyond’ Thursday, August 25, 2022 from 11:30 AM - 1 PM ET! Most institutions necessarily institute artificial intelligence (AI) to solve individual use cases in their enterprise, a form of “first-generation AI”. A chess program, speech recognition, an algorithm to rapidly buy and sell financial products. These are straightforward applications of structured data problems. One of the chief difficulties is in getting understanding in the enterprise beyond these structured data cases, particularly in the domain of limited budgets. Once the “first generation AI” is implemented, successfully or not, the next step is more lateral movement – development of more standalone cases, rather than layering and refactoring to produce additional complexity, the neural nets and deep learning AI problem sets. Join this interactive session to learn some of the difficulties associated with implementing AI as well as the difficulties moving from “first generation” to “second generation” AI in order to achieve business process improvement by modifying data architecture to reflect how data is actually used.
Event listing ID:
1493985
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How AI is Making Self-Service a Reality in the Public Sector
30 Aug 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
AI in Government is excited to host Rushali Patil, Engagement Manager at Quantiphi and her presentation ‘How AI is Making Self-Service a Reality in the Public Sector’ on Tuesday, August 30, 2022 at 12PM ET! Many service-oriented government agencies have faced increasing pressure in recent years to keep up with many demands from an ever-changing environment. To meet these unprecedented inquiries, update guidelines frequently and accurately, and boost resiliency for the future, state and local governments need an innovative way to modernize how they handle the inquiries and respond to citizens. Forward thinking agencies are turning to the help of AI to be able to quickly and accurately meet the needs of their citizens. In this presentation, Quantiphi will share how they helped Illinois overcome the sudden challenges created from a global pandemic, how they built three Rapid Response Virtual Agents on chat and telephony and how these virtual agents were trained and equipped to answer citizen queries, FAQs, and update guidelines efficiently. Be sure to stick around till the end for Q&A with Rushali! Register and attend for free on the Cognilytica website.
Event listing ID:
1497614
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Model Maintenance: Hidden Costs of Data Science
01 Sep 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
Join the September 2022 Enterprise Data & AI featured guest speaker Jerry Gupta, Senior Vice President, Personal and Commercial Insurance Research and Development at Swiss Re and his presentation ‘Model Maintenance: Hidden Costs of Data Science’ on Thursday, September 1, 2022 from 11:30 AM - 1 PM ET! Data Analytics is considered the fourth phase of industrialization. Not surprisingly, organizations are rushing to build up and accelerate their data science capabilities. While robustness of data, and availability of talent remain their primary concerns, one of the hidden failure modes is model maintenance. MIT Sloan Tech Review estimates that these costs can add up to several times the cost of model development over the lifecycle of the model. Yet majority of companies continue to underestimate both the costs and complexity associated with model maintenance. This results in poor ROI, but more importantly, model maintenance is a weight around the ankles of data science teams that results in reduced productivity and attrition.

Join this interactive session to learn the hidden costs of data science in model maintenance and stick around till the end for Q&A with Jerry! Register and attend for free on the Cognilytica event website.

Event listing ID:
1496038
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Approaching Emerging Technologies in a Data Rich Environment at the U.S. Department of Labor
15 Sep 2022 • Online Event, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
Join the September 2022 AI in Government event with featured guest speaker Sanjay Koyani, Chief Technology Officer at the Department of Labor and his presentation ‘Approaching Emerging Technologies in a Data Rich Environment at the U.S. Department of Labor’ on Thursday, September 15, 2022 from 11:30 AM - 1 PM ET! Learn about the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) approach for using emerging technologies across its data rich environment. Chief Technology Officer Sanjay Koyani will highlight his team’s work to integrate innovative technologies like responsible AI, RPA, and chatbots as well as a planned initiative to create an enterprise-wide data platform at DOL. He will discuss the importance of determining agency readiness to embrace new technologies, exploring culture change considerations, and identifying problems and customer needs first and then finding solutions to meet business needs. Join this interactive and engaging presentation to learn how the DOL is using AI and emerging technologies and looking to use these technologies in the future. Be sure to stick around for Q&A with Sanjay!
Event listing ID:
1496015
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Get CPMAI Certified: Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology Training and Certification
27 Sep 2022 - 30 Sep 2022 • Online Virtual Training, United States
Organizer:
Cognilytica
Abstract:
CPMAI certification is the fastest growing certification for AI & ML project managers. CPMAI v6.0 training and certification is designed for project managers and those involved with AI projects looking to enhance their skill set and learn how to manage AI and advanced data projects with a proven, best practices methodology. Whether you are a student, currently in between jobs, looking to move to a project management role, or are an established project manager, CPMAI certification is for you. The CPMAI methodology is the industry’s best practice methodology for successful AI & ML projects. Cognilytica’s CPMAI training and certification prepares you for a career in AI and ML project management, giving you the tools you need to succeed with your AI & ML efforts, whether you’re just beginning your AI project management journey or are well down the road with implementation. Cognilytica’s CPMAI Certification is appropriate for people with different roles and levels of expertise.
Event listing ID:
1496003
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ODSC West 2022
01 Nov 2022 - 03 Nov 2022 • Burlingame, United States
Organizer:
Open Data Science Conference
Abstract:
The ODSC West in-person and virtual conference will feature expert-led, hands-on instruction in in-demand topics and tools, including: NLP | Python | Responsible AI | TensorFlow | PyTorch | Conversational AI | OpenAI | Cybersecurity | Data Visualization | scikit-learn | MLOps | Data Engineering | Machine Learning | and much more

You’ll also have the opportunity to dust off your social skills and reconnect with peers and colleagues during our networking and social events.

Contact:
Email: iryna@odsc.com
Topics:
Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learnng
Event listing ID:
1487984
Event website:
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2023 Orlando Training Event — World Leaders in Digital Forensics Training & Certification
24 Apr 2023 - 05 May 2023 • Orlando, United States
Organizer:
The IACIS Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) program is accredited by the Forensic Specialties Accreditation Board ("FSAB") - an independent board established to accredit professional bodies that certify forensic scientists and other forensic specialties.
Abstract:
The Basic Computer Forensics Examiner ("BCFE") is our foundational training course and is related to the CFCE certification. Specialized training topics and course content vary from year to year.
Event listing ID:
1500599
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Last updated: 02 August 2022