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PAPIs is the 1st series of international conferences dedicated to real-world ML applications, techniques and tools. After 7 previous events on 4 different continents, PAPIs is returning to Europe on 4-6 April 2018. Join us at the Canary Wharf Tower in London!

  • Training Workshops — 4 April, UCL School of Management (Level 38)
  • Industry and Startups — 5 April, Level 39
  • Industry and Research — 6 April, Level 39

More information about the conference at papis.io/europe-2018
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Friday, April 6 • 11:00 - 12:00
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David Arnu

Senior Data Scientist, RapidMiner GmbH
David Arnu works as senior data scientist at RapidMiner. He studied at the University of Dortmund and holds a Master degree in Computer Science. There he worked as a research assistant at the chair of artificial intelligence, later he joined the R&D team of RapidMiner as software... Read More →
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Clive Cox

CTO, Seldon
Clive is CTO of Seldon. Seldon helps enterprises put machine learning into production. Clive developed Seldon's open source Kubernetes based machine learning deployment platform Seldon Core. He is also a core contributor to the Kubeflow and KFServing projects.
avatar for Alexandre Hubert

Alexandre Hubert

Lead Data Scientist UK, Dataiku
As data scientist, Alexandre has worked on a range of use cases, from creating models that predict fraud to building specific recommendation systems. He especially loves using deep learning with text or sports data. Even when he’s playing sport or having fun with friends, Alexandre... Read More →
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Emanuele Moscato

Data Scientist, SherlockML
avatar for Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz

Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz

CTO, BigML Inc
Jao is part of the founding team of BigML, a startup that applies Machine Learning and other AI techniques to make them accessible to non-specialists. He was hacking for Oblong from 2008 to early 2011. Before that, he worked for Google (from July 2007). From June 2005 to May 2007... Read More →


Friday April 6, 2018 11:00 - 12:00 BST
Level39 - Sandbox 2 Level39, One Canada Square, London