Upcoming data science events in Western AustraliaEvents
We aim to strengthen and grow the WA Data Science community by collaborating, learning and connecting with like-minded individuals across all industries and sectors.
Check out some of the fantastic upcoming events below.
WADSIH – Insight Upskilling: Data Science AdvancedInsight Enterprises, Lvl 10 191 St Georges Tce, Perth
The Data Science Advanced upskilling workshop is perfect for businesses or individuals who are looking to enhance their data science and analytics capabilities. Covering the complete journey from text pre-processing to the creation and deployment of a sentiment analysis model, this training provides a comprehensive overview of advanced concepts including natural language processing and sentiment analysis.
Led by Insight’s experienced data science consultants, this training will provide users with the skills to leverage advanced machine learning techniques.
- Understand advanced modelling techniques and concepts
- Understand basic concepts of natural language processing
- Parsing and pre-processing textual data
- Creating a sentiment analysis model
WA Mining Conference & ExhibitionPerth Convention & Exhibition Centre
WA Mining Conference & Exhibition will integrate the innovation and research ecosystem while addressing the social and environmental standards driving a more sustainably conscious industry.
WADSIH Director, Alex Jenkins, will be joining the speaker lineup to discuss what you need for successful university/industry collaborations in the mining industry.
The largely expanded exhibition will showcase the technical and digital innovation across the entire mining value chain, while the highly targeted conference will illustrate the economic importance of Western Australia and its contribution the resource technology sector, its innovation capability, its job creation, and the attraction of capital to the state. See you at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre on 12-13 October 2022!
CDAO PerthPan Pacific Hotel
Australia’s senior executives responsible for championing the data agenda will gather at CDAO Perth 2022 to share insights on transformative leadership, data driven culture, developing high performing analytics teams, data literacy and effective governance of data and AI.
Focusing on the biggest challenges faced today to effectively harness data as a strategic asset, drive change and shape organisations to become analytically mature, business-driven enterprises that outperform their competitors.
WADSIH Director, Alex Jenkins, will open the conference and will also lead a roundtable discussion ‘From Ethical Data to Ethical AI’.