Data as a Product
Samuel is going to talk about the importance of data transparency in companies and why teams should be made responsible for their data and be declared data owners.
He'll present a use case of a company which implements parts of the vision to stream Kafka as a self-service.
Samuel works at the CTO office of SPOUD. He did his doctorate in distributed algorithms, which are mainly used for database replication. He strongly believes in the importance of creating a balance between theoretical consulting and hands-on coding. Therefore, besides supporting our customers in data-driven decision making, he is participating in real-time data analytics projects.
Pantalks, initiated by Panter employees in 2010, began as a small community meetup where individuals looking to exchange knowledge, tech and non-tech, could connect and share their insights. Today, with +2990 meetup members and more than 200+ Pantalks hosted, the community has grown into a meaningful network. Once a month we host an intriguing talk with fresh from the field insights and engaging discussion over snacks and drinks— we'd love you to join us!
these were the AI MORNINGs
CUTTING THROUGH THE HYPE
Nowadays you have numerous options to get informed about Artificial Intelligence (AI) achievements and progresses.
Actually, it can even be overwhelming, as everyone claims to have embraced AI and is “fully taking advantage” of this amazing new way of sorting through data. It may even make you feel a tech slacker or that you are missing the the-next-great-thing boat.
Pantalks AI mornings present applied machine learning use cases that serve real business needs and leaves aside over-inflated claims.
Attend these short (45 min) morning sessions prior to starting your work day and get a rapid understanding of applied AI business cases and their integration implications.
Are the Pantalks AI mornings for me?
Traditionally Pantalks are visited by decision-makers, innovators, entrepreneurs, executives, thinkers, and doers to explore innovative technologies as well as their societal impacts. It’s also an Impact Hub Community event! Get your seat. We'd love to see you there.
Format (venue, dates)
Colab @ Impact Hub Zürich, monthly, every last Tuesday, not during summer / winter holidays
- More dates will follow soon
Time: 8.00 - 8.45: coffee & gipfeli, introduction, presentation, Q&A, open discussion
Each event will be promoted and organized through our Meetup group (+2400 members!).
Keen to share your insights and knowledge with an engaging community? We'd love to hear your idea! Drop us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to speak at the next Pantalk.